The newest Human League studio record “Secrets” has been out for 18 months but will have it’s second single released now. The delay was due to the collapse of Papillon Records (UK) soon after the release of lead single “All I Ever Wanted” and the band had to go it alone on promoting their new music. Out on Nukove Records (Netherlands) in January 2004 are very dancified versions of “Love Me Madly” on CD and 12″ vinyl steered by fan new label head and remixer Michiel Van Bokhorst. Delays in this single release were due to licensing of the music from Chrysalis Music (UK). Samples can be heard here. It’s important to note that this release is only licensed to be sold in BeNeLux (or via the webstore) until December 2006.
“Secrets” was the first new music release from the band since 1995’s “Octopus”. Human League have just finishing up live gigs in UK with veteran John Foxx as support. The final gig in Brighton was filmed for possible future release.