Erasure (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) today launch a new video evoking the spirit of Halloween with a spooky short for “Fallen Angel”. Starring Heidi N Closet from season 12 of RuPaul’s Drag Race – where she was crowned Miss Congeniality – and model Alexa Abraxas, the video was directed by Brad Hammer, responsible for the video for “Nerves of Steel”.
Watch the “Fallen Angel” video below.
The new video precedes the release of a vinyl 12” and a 3CD box set due out on December 4. The 12” features a brand new remix of the single from Georgia, whilst the 3CD singles boxset collects remixes from each of the album’s singles – “Hey Now (Think I Got A Feeling)”, “Nerves of Steel”, and “Fallen Angel” – including previously unreleased versions and forthcoming remixes from Confidence Man and Ben Rainey.
The band recently announced the first leg of their tour dates to take place in October 2021.
- October 1 – Glasgow, Scotland – Armadillo SOLD OUT
- October 2 – Glasgow, Scotland – Armadillo SOLD OUT
- October 4 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
- October 6 – Edinburgh, Scotland – Usher Hall
- October 7 – Edinburgh, Scotland – Usher Hall EXTRA DATE ADDED
- October 9 – Manchester, England – O2 Apollo SOLD OUT
- October 10 – Manchester, England – O2 Apollo SOLD OUT
- October 12 – Cardiff, Wales – Motorpoint Arena
- October 14 – Bournemouth, England – International Centre
- October 16 – Birmingham, England – Utilita Arena
- October 17 – London, England – The O2
- October 18 – Brighton, England – Centre
- October 21 – Frankfurt, Germany – Jahrhunderthalle
- October 22 – Berlin, Germany – Max-Schmeling-Halle
- October 24 – Cologne, Germany – Palladium
- October 26 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
- October 27 – Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
- October 28 – Leipzig, Germany – Immobilien Arena
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