Men Without Hats
Men Without Hats

Men Without Hats

About Men Without Hats

Canadian new wave and synth pop band Men Without Hats gained international fame with their upbeat and quirky dance sound, centered on the baritone croon of singer Ivan Doroschuk. They emerged to success in the '80s, scoring Top 20 hits with "The Safety Dance," off 1982's Rhythm of Youth, and 1987's "Pop Goes the World." Both songs became enduring '80s anthems, solidifying the group's place in pop culture history. After breaking up in the '90s, the band returned in the 2000s, touring and releasing albums, including 2012's Love in the Age of War and 2021's Again, Pt. 1.

  • ORIGIN
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • FORMED
    1980

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