First they ruled the world and then they stormed Killarney

The colourful spectacle at the INEC

A KERRY Tears for Fears fan, who attended their performance in the Killarney INEC this week, was blown away by the performance which he described as “simply brilliant”.

Lee Tiller said the live act was “incredible and sensational” and the band members have lost none of the passion they displayed when they first hit the big time 35 years ago.

“I’ve attended many concerts at the INEC before but this was the crowning glory with incredible musicianship and peerless songwriting,” he told

“It was a seated concert but everyone was up on their feet dancing to the music. It was such a feelgood event that stayed with us, simply brilliant,” said Lee, a top quality photographer, who captured these super images of the big night.

Tears for Fears, formed in the UK in 1981, saw their debut album, The Hurting, reach number on in the charts and they went on to sell in excess of 30 million albums worldwide.

Their string of smash hits includes Sowing the Seeds of Love, Rule the World and Shout.

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