Video: Erasure plays ‘My Heart… So Blue’ in 1986 — off ‘Wonderland’ reissue (unreleased)

Not to be overlooked amid this week’s announcement of a brand-new Erasure album and a lengthy U.S. tour later this year are the looming expanded reissues of the venerable synthpop duo’s first two albums: 1986’s Wonderland and 1987’s The Circus, which are due out July 4 in the U.K.

To help promote those, Erasure has posted a track off the Wonderland bonus DVD, which features a previously unreleased concert filmed Aug. 8, 1986, in Stockholm, Sweden. Above, you can watch the clip of “My Heart… So Blue” from the forthcoming reissue.

See full tracklists for Erasure’s Wonderland and The Circus reissues here.

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  • Natalie Roby

    The unseen footage of erasures my Heart so blue was exellent and Andy Bell was brilliant on pop star to opera star. They should of let him do the song over because he was the best singer there and he needed another chance. He is one of the best synth pop singers and performers he is part of erasure for god sake he should have won it :)

     
 

 

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