By: Spacelab Research Staff
Erasure have announced the details behind Light At The End Of The World, the follow-up to 2006's Union Street.
Light At The End Of The World was recorded in Maine at a private residence. The band also wrote the music there and worked with producer Gareth Jones, converting the house into their own self-styled recording studio. Erasure will first release the single I Could Fall in Love With You on April 2nd, followed by the full album release of Light At The End Of The World on May 21st.
Erasure also just recently released a DVD package of On The Road To Nashville, a live DVD performance from last year's Union Street Acoustic tour. The DVD package features a show from Nashville's Ryman Auditorium