Released in 1981, 'Ghost Town' spent three weeks at number one and 10 weeks in total in the top 40 of the UK Singles Chart. Addressing themes of urban decay, unemployment and inner city violence, the song is remembered for being a hit at the same time as riots were occurring in several British cities.
Internal tensions within the band were also coming to a head when the single was being recorded, resulting in the song being the last single recorded by the original seven members of the group before splitting up.
Printed on 250 gsm matt paper the poster is available in three size and frame colour options, black, white and wood.
The frames we use are made from solid wood, sourced from a sustainable forest.