Stream New Erasure Single
Enjoy a sneak preview of Erasure's brand-new single "I Could Fall In Love With You" by clicking on one of the audio links below. It is a signature Erasure production with Andy's emotive, choir boy vocals and Vince's crafty synth work.
I listened to their entire new album "Light At The End Of The World" this week and can tell you that the duo is returning to the upbeat sound that marked the beginning of their career. Expect the single in (digital) stores early April and the album shortly after.
Could someone ask them to write a new song?
Posted by: Miss Katty at Feb 16, 2007 7:50:29 AM
Sounds like the Erasure I love!
Posted by: asiak at Feb 16, 2007 8:22:45 AM
you cannot dis Erasure- don't even try ;-)
Posted by: James D Dwyer at Feb 16, 2007 10:01:10 AM
bring on 1985! i love it.
Posted by: stephen garey at Feb 16, 2007 11:09:50 AM
I soo loved early Erasure what with their flamboyance and electronica hooks. But seriously for like the last 10 years their music is so bland and generic. It's sad. I really want to like "Erasure '00 / Erasure 2.0 / Erasure for the new millennium" and I ALWAYS give their new discs a whirl. And I'm always disappointed by their banal version of electronic pop.
Posted by: rory b. bellows at Feb 16, 2007 5:04:38 PM
It sounds brilliant!
Posted by: Rogglan at Feb 17, 2007 2:27:14 AM
***"Erasure '00 / Erasure 2.0 / Erasure for the new millennium"***
anything packaged as such while bitten or purchased as such -- that's hilarious.
wake up, wake up - wherever you are.
yes, it does sound like erasure. some voices are unmistakable.
hey arjan....have a beautiful weekend. it's deliciously gorgeous on the left bank.
Posted by: ricardo at Feb 17, 2007 1:15:01 PM
what a fantastic tease.....i love vintage erasure, this song makes me feel happy
Posted by: marky7235 at Feb 18, 2007 4:57:13 PM
I love this group since the very beginning. I attended the concert at the Grand Ol' Opry in Nashville, these guys never fail to please.
I cannot wait for their new CD.
Posted by: dodger731 at Feb 22, 2007 1:19:34 PM