Eighties rock duo Tears For Fears reformed this past summer for a sold out arena tour of the U.K. and co-headlined a U.S. tour this past year with Hall & Oates. To celebrate their triumphant return, Universal Music will release a brand new, greatest hits set titled "Rule The World" on November 17th. It will be only be the band's second "greatest hits" set (first came out in 1992) and contains two brand new songs, "I Love You But I'm Lost" and "Stay," the duos first new music since 2004.
The new 16-song set begins with two of the band's biggest hit singles, "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" and "Shout," before reaching the first brand new track "I Love You But I'm Lost." The song contains a modern dance/pop flair highlighted by the timeless Tears For Fears vocals. Most of the songs on this new compilation mainly revolve around their first three albums, all released during the 1980s. The second new song "Stay" is a sweet sounding ballad that fits perfectly alongside their other mellow classics, "Mad World" and "I Believe." The new release closes with some of Tears For Fears more recent output, 1995's "Raoul And The Kings Of Spain" and 2004's "Closet Thing To Heaven." To find out more about Tears For Fears and their new "greatest hits" compilation "Rule The World," please visit tearsforfears.com.