British synth pop duo Tears for Fears plays an open-air concert at in the beautiful setting of Neumünster Abbey. Delano has tickets to give away.
The group started in 1981 in Bath when core members Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith met as teenagers. The band’s first album, “The Hurting” did well in the UK as the first wave of synth-pop emerged, It feature the single “Mad World” later recorded by Gary Jules and Michael Adams for the film “Donnie Darko”.
In 1989, after spending an inordinate amount of time and money (reportedly more than £1 million) on its production, third album “The Seeds of Love” was released. Written chiefly by Orzabal and keyboardist Nicky Holland the album was a smash hit thanks to its Beatlesesque title track and the haunting “Woman in Chains” featuring the voice of Oleta Adams.
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