Thompson Twins’ singer reflects ahead of North American tour

The Thompson Twins rose to the top of the charts in the early to mid-80s with a string of hits.

The British pop group’s fourth album Into the Gap was released in 1984 and became the band’s most commercially successful studio album, hitting number one on the UK Albums Chart and staying there for three weeks, and also reaching number 10 in the US.

The album included some of their biggest hits such as “Hold Me Now,” “Doctor! Doctor!” & “You Take Me Up.”

CityNews’ Todd Kaufman caught up with lead singer Tom Bailey prior to launching an Into The Gap 40th Anniversary tour of the UK, and before heading to North America for the first time in six years.

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