Culture Club

Culture Club – Pioneers of New Wave with Timeless Hits and New Sounds

Culture Club is a British new wave and pop band formed in London in 1981. The original lineup includes Boy George (vocals), Roy Hay (guitar, keyboards), Mikey Craig (bass), and Jon Moss (drums). The band quickly rose to fame in the early 1980s with their unique blend of pop, rock, and reggae, combined with Boy George’s distinctive voice and flamboyant fashion. Culture Club became one of the most influential bands of the decade, known for their catchy melodies and thought-provoking lyrics.


  • “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me”
  • “Karma Chameleon”
  • “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya”
  • “Time (Clock of the Heart)”
  • “Church of the Poison Mind”
  • “Miss Me Blind”


  • “Kissing to Be Clever” (1982)
  • “Colour by Numbers” (1983)
  • “Waking Up with the House on Fire” (1984)
  • “From Luxury to Heartache” (1986)
  • “Don’t Mind If I Do” (1999)
  • “Tribes” (2018)


  • “Kissing to Be Clever” – Featuring the breakthrough single “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me.”
  • “Colour by Numbers” – Known for hits like “Karma Chameleon” and “Church of the Poison Mind.”
  • “Tribes” – Their latest album, showcasing a matured sound while retaining their classic vibe.

Significant Song Video Clips or Songs

  • “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” – The song that introduced Culture Club to the world, accompanied by a memorable video.
  • “Karma Chameleon” – Their biggest hit, with a colorful and iconic music video.
  • “Time (Clock of the Heart)” – A timeless classic known for its emotive lyrics and engaging video.


Culture Club’s peak popularity in the early 1980s saw them performing at major venues and festivals around the world. They headlined tours across the UK, Europe, and the US, with notable performances at venues like Madison Square Garden and the Hammersmith Odeon. Their concerts attracted large audiences, often selling out and drawing tens of thousands of fans, known for their high-energy performances and Boy George’s charismatic stage presence.

Latest Project

Culture Club’s latest project includes the album “Tribes” (2018), featuring new material that resonates with both old and new fans. The album has been praised for its blend of modern and classic sounds. In addition to the album, Culture Club has continued to tour, with recent concerts drawing enthusiastic crowds and showcasing their timeless appeal. Their live performances remain a testament to their enduring influence in the music industry.