Blue in Heaven perform 'All My Love' on 'The Late Late Show'.

Irish rock bank Blue in Heaven open a new season of ‘The Late Late Show’, the first time the show is broadcast on a Friday night.

Hailing from Churchtown in Dublin, Blue in Heaven formed in 1982. The band members are vocalist Shane O’Neill, guitarist Eamonn Tynan, drummer Dave Clarke and bassist Declan Jones.

Blue in Heaven's debut album, 'All The Gods Men' released in 1985 on Island Records is produced by Martin Hannett.

In October 1985 the band is embarking on a tour of Europe, after which they will tour America, before working on their second album 'Explicit Material' at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas.

Before the band perform ‘All My Love’, presenter Gay Byrne notes,

It’s a long way from Churchtown to the Bahamas, so best of luck to them.

Blue In Heaven broke up in 1989, reforming in 1990 as The Blue Angels.

This episode of ‘The Late Late Show’ was broadcast on 13 September 1985.

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Blue in Heaven backstage at Self-Aid in 1986.