The fifth and final studio album from 80s New Romantic pioneers Visage. Featuring the studio songs that Steve Strange was working on with Visage prior to his untimely death which shocked the world in Feb 2015. Album cover art by Boy George. Launched to coincide with the inaugural "Steve Strange" New Romantic music festival in Wales.
The Steve Strange Collective is pleased to announce it is in discussions with local council organizations to establish a site for a site for a Bronze Statue of New Romantic style, music and fashion icon Steve Strange. Steve Strange died prematurely in 2015. Welsh sculptor Nick Elphick will create the work. The statue will act as permanent reminder to Steve’s Life.
We are extremely saddened to announce that Steve Strange died at 11.15 local time on Thursday 12th February, in Sharm El Sheik International Hospital, Egypt. Steve died in his sleep, of Heart Failure. Steve's family, band members and friends are all distraught at this sudden news of his untimely death. Steve’s family request privacy at this extremely difficult time.
Visage release Multitrack Stems to "Fade To Grey" – One of the biggest songs of the 1980's
After what can only be described as a phenomenal year promoting and performing their highly successful 2013 comeback album 'Hearts And Knives', Visage return with an interpretation of their most famous track. Fade To Grey performed with a full orchestra.
Steve Strange features prominently in the Spandau Ballet bio-pic film "Soul Boys Of the Western World". Prior to forming Visage Steve Strange was co-founder of London's Blitz Club the birth place of the New Romantics and the first venue to host a Spandau Ballet concert (which was commemorated recently with a PRS Blue Plaque on Blitz building).
Facebook Users for a limited time can download the John Bryan Widescreen Version of "Never Enough" for Free.