Lily Moayeri

music journalist since 1992 | educator since 2004 | podcaster since 2020 | Iranian American since birth

Erasure on New LP The Neon, Why They’re Not Planning Virtual Concerts

Erasure‘s Andy Bell and Vince Clarke interviewed for their album, The Neon, for Spin:

Erasure on New LP, The Neon, Why They’re Not Planning Virtual Concerts
Andy Bell and Vince Clarke mark 35 years of synth-pop with 18th album

Watch the official video for “Nerves of Steel.”

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