Iconic pop act The Human League have just debuted the video for the second single from their soon to be released comeback album Credo.

Best known for ’80s hits like Don’t You Want Me and Human, the synth-pop pioneers staged an unlikely return to the music scene late last year with the single Night People.

That single failed to chart but they are hoping Never Let Me Go gets a better reception.

Their sound hasn’t really changed in the last 30 years with the focus remaining on Phil Oakey’s trusty synthesizers and his vocal sparring with Susan and Joanne.

Never Let Me Go is vintage Human League and should, if nothing else, find favour with their army of fans.

Check out the slightly disturbing video clip (below) and look out for a copy of Credo when it’s released on March 21.

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