Go West are Peter Cox and Richard Drummie and are best known in the U.S. for 1985’s “We Close Our Eyes” and the 1990 Top 10 hit “King of Wishful Thinking” from the “Pretty Woman” soundtrack.

The duo’s “25th Anniversary Concert” run kicks off April 8 in Cheltenam and wraps with a pair of shows April 25-26 in Milton Keynes.

To mark the occasion, Cox and Drummie are releasing a re-recorded version of another of their ’80s hits, “Call Me,” along with a brand new song, “Skin Deep.” The single will be available as both a CD and a digital download.

Ian Broudie, the brains and voice behind alt-pop band Lightning Seeds and hits like “Pure,” “All I Want,” and “The Life of Riley,” has spent much of the past decade on the other side of the mic, producing hits for acts including The Zutons and The Subways.

Much to the delight of fans, Broudie returned to the spotlight last year, releasing Four Winds, the first album of new Lightning Seeds material since 1999’s Tilt, and hitting the European festival circuit for more than a dozen appearances last summer.

Broudie and company will launch an eight city spring run in support of Winds April 20 at Huntingdon Hall in Worchester and the singer/songwriter/producer says fans should expect to see a lot more of him in the near future.

“What I want to do is take everything that has made me who I am, imbibing the sixties, seventies, punk bands, Britpop, hip hop, this quite unique musical journey that sometimes feels like it’s been back to front, being a producer then a pop star,” Broudie explained. “I feel like whatever it is that I am supposed to be doing, I haven’t done yet. I feel like I am just getting started.”