Formed in Islington, London, Spandau Ballet became one of the most successful British bands of the 80s. Spandau Ballet, fronted by Tony Hadley, were part of the eighties “New Romantic” movement together with the likes of Visage, A Flock Of Seagulls, Duran Duran and Culture Club.
During their career they received a Brit Award, a Q Award and for songwriting the Ivor Novello Award. The album “Heart Like A Sky” is their sixth album and the group’s last release before disbanding. It was only released in Europe and includes hit singles “Raw” and “Be Free With Your Love”.