Release date
01 January 1970
01 January 1970 |

Londonbeat first grabbed the public’s attention in Holland in 1988, reaching Top Ten with their single
“There’s A Beat Going On”, followed by “9AM (The Comfort Zone)” which blipped on the British pop charts. Both songs were extracted from their first album SPEAK.

Their second album IN THE BLOOD put them on the world pop music map in 1990 with “A Better Love and the world-wide smash hit “I’ve Been Thinking About You”, N°1 in 27 countries including USA.

One of those magical songs that makes the sun rise on your face. You hear it just once and you never forget it. More than 5 million copies sold and suddenly the guys of Londonbeat were global pop-superstars.

Then came HARMONY, their third album with “You Bring On The Sun” and they had another Top Ten hit.

After a fourth LP, and back in the charts with “Come Back”, the original line-up split.

A few years after, the New LONDONBEAT takes up the torch, recording 2 new albums, BACK IN THE HI-LIFE and GRAVITY, with the same spirit, and that same unique sound of harmonies blending together.