Human League 'still enjoy music industry'
Working in the music industry is still rewarding for the members of The Human League.
Despite having been in the current line-up for 30 years, the Sheffield group still appreciate their position, the Welwyn Hatfield Times reported.
Joanne Catherall, who was plucked from obscurity with Susan Ann Sulley when lead singer Philip Oakley spotted them in a nightclub, told the newspaper that although recording and touring can get hard, she appreciated that it is "a fantastic thing to do".
She added that the band wanted to bring something new to their current tour, as she said they felt they had "started to sound like our own greatest hits tribute band".
The trio are currently touring across the UK, taking in cities including Folkstone, Cambridge and Edinburgh throughout the month, with a homecoming gig taking place on December 12th 2010.
They wrap up their tour with an appearance at the De Montford Hall in Leicester on December 18th.
By Jemma Howard
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