Led by frontman/songwriter Richard Butler, the Psychedelic Furs won over fans and critics alike by combining poetic lyrics, innovative rhythms and melodies driven by an aggressive, punk desperation. The Furs originally came together in England's emerging punk scene in 1977 and by the mid-80s were experiencing consistent mainstream success, placing several singles in the pop charts on both sides of the Atlantic. In the wake of 1987's Midnight To Midnight, the Furs found themselves dissatisfied with their new commercial direction, and subsequently returned to their earlier, raw sound on 1989's Book of Days and 1991's World Outside. Co-produced with Stephen Street (Smiths, The Cranberries, Blur), the latter serves as their seventh and final studio effort to date and found the band going out with a bang via No. 1 swan song single "Until She Comes."