The decade that gave us MTV, compact discs, The Smiths and Madonna (and inspired Netflix smash Stranger Things) arguably doesn't get the love it deserves from music critics. But fear not, ‘80s pop retains a fanatical audience of nostalgia junkies for whom credibility is of little concern.
Capitalising on the UK public’s unquenchable thirst for the time that fashion forgot, a never-ending assortment of ‘80s themed festivals have cropped up, showcasing many of the era’s most beloved stars.
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