The Human League are an English synth pop group from Sheffield, currently consisting of Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley, best know for tracks such as Don't You Want Me.
Formed in 1977, the band released their debut album, ‘Reproduction’, in 1979, which they followed with ‘Travelogue’ in 1980, but it was their third album, ‘Dare’, that catapulted them towards commercial success, reaching at #1 in the UK Albums Chart. They’ve since gone on to release a further six album, the latest being, ‘Credo’, in 2011.
The band have headlined their own massive shows and tours across the UK including racecourse shows and festival slots at the likes of Kew The Music.
The Human League head out on a UK tour in November 2018, with support from Midge Ure’s Electronica. Then, they're set to headline Heritage Live, Lytham Festival and Camp Bestival in July 2019, before headlining Bath Racecourse in September. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Seen them live in Perth, Scotland. They were brilliant, brought back the good old days when music was great they had the crowd buzzing. Would like to see them again. The weather for the event was good to as it normally rains in Scotland. We even had a surprise visit from Jim Kerr of Simple Minds.