We Close Our Eyes
|"We Close Our Eyes"|
|Single by Go West|
|from the album Go West|
|Format||7", 12", CD single|
|Genre||Pop rock, synthpop|
|Songwriter(s)||Peter Cox |
|Go West singles chronology|
"We Close Our Eyes" is a song by British pop band Go West, composed by both members Peter Cox and Richard Drummie. Recognizable by its synthesizer hook, it was the first single from their début album Go West.
In April 1985, the single was discussed by Molly Meldrum and Queen singer Freddie Mercury on the Australian music show Countdown. Mercury was impressed and predicted the band would be "very, very big".
"We Close Our Eyes" spent fourteen weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 5 in April 1985. In the United States, the single reached 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 5 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.
A remix of the song was released in 1993 to promote the Aces and Kings retrospective.
In live versions of the song, the guitar break in the "Overhang Mixes" is often included.
In 2005 a remix was made of the song by Groove Cutters.
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