Claudia Brücken announces ‘The Lost Are Found’ UK Tour March 12th – 17th 2013

Claudia Brucken

Claudia Brücken announces ‘The Lost Are Found’ UK Tour March 12th – 17th 2013

Following her sell-out show at Bush Hall earlier this year, Claudia Brücken, the first lady of synth-pop, returns to the live stage in March to celebrate the release of her long-awaited new album, ‘The Lost Are Found’ on 5th November 2012 via There(there) Records the label Claudia set up with OMD member Paul Humphreys.

‘The Lost Are Found’ is a collection of mysterious moving pop songs from the 60s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, originally written by the well known and the less well known. This will mean seeing Claudia perhaps sing David Bowie or the Pet Shop Boys, which might be expected, but also Claudia singing maybe singing the Bee Gees, the Electric Light Orchestra and The Band, which is less expected, and Claudia singing Stina Nordenstam and Stephen Duffy, which may well set the world spinning.

As well as showcasing songs from the new album, which was produced by Stephen Hague (Pet Shop Boys, Peter Gabriel, Siouxsie and the Banshees), Claudia will be performing classic songs from her career with electronic music pioneers Propaganda, who had worldwide hits with ‘Duel’ and ‘Dr Mabuse’.

The dates are as follows:

Tues 12th – Glasgow ABC2
Wed 13th – Birmingham Academy 3
Fri 15th – Manchester Academy 3
Sat 16th – London Borderline
Sun 17th – Brighton Concorde



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