“Connoisseurs of deluxe dance-pop, seductive electro anthems and gold-plated disco grooves – lend me your ears, Andy Bell releases a brand new album, Non-Stop, on 7th June 2010.

Non-Stop, co-produced and co-written by Andy Bell and Pascal Gabriel (S’Express, Ladyhawke, Debbie Harry, Kylie, Little Boots) is a lavish 10 track collection of exquisite dancefloor confessionals from one of the most acclaimed and beloved singers in British pop.

Non-Stop features forthcoming single Call On Me, out 10th May and Honey If You Love Him, a duet with and written by Perry Farrell (of Jane’s Addiction fame), a huge fan of Andy’s voice who suggested the alliance.

Although Andy’s long-running partnership with Vince Clarke in Erasure (recipients of Best British Group at The Brit Awards) remains very much a going concern – since the release of 1986’s debut, Wonderland the duo have gone on to sell over 20 million albums, 5 of them hitting #1 and had 17 Top 10 UK singles – the singer’s second solo album provides a liberating platform for his more clubby, nocturnal, disco-glam side. He has even purposely changed his vocal register and style for much of Non-Stop, putting clear blue water between his soulfully electronic solo voice and his gleaming, poppy Erasure work.”

Running Out | Call On Me | Subject / Object | Say What You Want | Will You Be There? | Slow Release | Touch | Non-Stop | DHDQ | Honey If You Love Him (featuring Perry Farrell)

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