Holly Johnson has released his new single named «Heaven's eyes»And shows us the lyrical clip of the song, which has been commissioned for its realization by the leader of Frankie Goes To Hollywood to the European Southern Observatory. The theme is included in his new album 'Europe', the first in 14 years, which was released in October this year.
Johnson said the song's inspiration is about “what goes around comes around, and that our thoughts and actions have consequences. It is about internal questioning, when we are not sure that we are doing the right thing. 'Europe' features collaborations from Vangelis and appears just 30 years after Frankie Goes To Hollywood's debut 'Welcome To The Pleasuredome'.
Holly Johnson -Born as William Johnson on February 9, 1960- is an English artist who was the leader of the band Frankie Goes to Hollywood, who had several hits in the 80s. His first solo album came in 1989 and was called 'Blast' , reaching Number 1 in the British rankings. The biggest hit of his band was "Relax", as they are currently at an impasse, although it is likely that they will get together in the near future. Frankie Goes to Hollywood became the second group in British history to reach number one with their first three singles; the first was Gerry and the Pacemakers in 1964.