Level 42 mark Sirens II release with Colston Hall performance in Bristol
PUBLISHED: 18:00 13 October 2016
Level 42 are hitting the road once again, including a date at the Colston Hall in Bristol.
They are one of Britain’s most successful bands, having sold in excess of 30 million albums worldwide.
They found fame in the 1980s, with their pop sound inspired by their jazz-funk beginnings.
It was with their critically-acclaimed 1985 album World Machine that they gained worldwide recognition.
Their most successful single, Lessons In Love, followed in 1986, reaching number three in the UK singles charts.
Level 42 had two more successful albums, with Running In The Family in 1987 and Staring At The Sun in 1988.
But towards the end of the 1980s, musical differences drove them apart and they changed their line-up before disbanding in 1994.
They re-formed seven years later, and, having now celebrated 30 years of performing, they are now back on the road and supporting their new Sirens II EP.
They will play at the Colston Hall in Bristol on October 19 at 7.30pm.
Tickets, priced £30.10, are available from www.colstonhall.org or 08448 871500.