Boy George and Culture Club celebrate unity in Let Somebody Love You video

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Boy George and Culture Club are back with a brand new music video.

The iconic group have unveiled their inspiring clip for comeback single Let Somebody Love You, and it sees them turn protesting upside down by encouraging people to “talk about the things that you love rather than the things that you hate”.

Produced by Future Cut and written by band members George, Roy Hay, Mikey Craig and Jon Moss alongside Ritchie Stevens, the track stays true to the sound that made Culture Club a worldwide phenomenon, and is perfect for those hot summer days.

Watch the new video below.

The band have also announced a new album called Life – available to pre-order now – which will be released on 26 October, while an accompanying UK arena tour will kick off in Nottingham on 9 November.

“We put together an amazing show that is going to be filled with hits and fabulous memories,” said Boy George.

The Life Tour will also feature performances from fellow 80s pop star Belinda Carlisle (Heaven Is A Place On Earth, Leave A Light On) and new wave artist Tom Bailey from the Thompson Twins (Hold Me Now, You Take Me Up).

See the full tour dates below:

9 November – Nottingham (Motorpoint Arena)
10 November – Cardiff (Motorpoint Arena)
11 November – Bournemouth (International Centre)
13 November – Brighton (Brighton Centre)
14 November – London (SSE Arena Wembley)
16 November – Birmingham (Birmingham Arena)
17 November – Newcastle (Metro Arena)
18 November – Manchester (Manchester Arena)
20 November – Hull (Hull Venue)
22 November – Glasgow (SSE Hydro)
23 November – Leeds (First Direct Arena)

You can pre-order Boy George and Culture Club’s new album Life here, and buy tickets to the tour here.

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