Andy Bell is perhaps best known as the voice of eighties pop duo Erasure. Having been in the music industry since 1988 Bell is considered one of the pioneers of camp pop and a gay icon amongst the global gay community. Along with his band mate Vince Clarke, Erasure have sold in excess of 25 million records and have a string of hits under their belts including A Little Respect, Always and Chains Of Love.
This week saw the release of his brand new solo album Non-Stop and Andy caught up with us to talk about the new record and his incredible career to date. Here is what Andy had to tell us.
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Andy Bell’s new album Non-Stop is out now
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