Wang Chung are a British New Wave musical group. The group found their greatest success in America, with five Top 40 hits in the US, all charting between 1984 and 1987. The band also recorded "Fire in the Twilight" for the 1985 John Hughes film The Breakfast Club -- it is used in the scene where the kids are led by John Bender down the halls trying to escape Mr. Vernon.
Even in the midst of the latest retro 80s revival, it is no small thing to be one of the rare acts whose music still gets consistent radio airplay. Naked Eyes is just such a band. Fans of their warm brand of synthesized pop, which comprised two albums and two huge 80s hits (Always Something There To Remind Me and Promises, Promises), cant help but launch into song at the sound of their immediately recognizable melodies.