Heaven 17 have revealed details of a UK tour including a London date.
The duo will bring their classic new wave sound to The Venue (ULU) on December 2.
The group made up of Martyn Ware and Glenn Gregory formed in 1980 and released their debut album "Penthouse and Pavements" a year later.
On the iconic debut album Martyn Ware said: "It felt like a race to get the thing done really. There was no mediation involved.
"It literally was a lot of ideas coming out simultaneously but also with an intensity which meant that you could realise them very quickly."
The record has since gone on to be considered one of the "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die", and it is thought of as one of the records at the forefront of new wave.
It was banned by the BBC in 1981 due to the song "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang" which featured provocative lyrics about then Prime minister Margaret Thatcher and President Ronald Reagan.
Since then Martyn Ware and Glenn Gregory have been members of The Human League and B.E.F (British Electric Foundation) and reunited as Heaven 17 for huge UK tours.
In 2017 they will play in cities across the country including Manchester, Hull, Liverpool and Coventry before finishing in London.
Tickets are priced at £30 and you can get them from Ticketweb here .
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