"For me it was all connected to kind of getting my house in order, being sober, kind of wanting to address some things that had some loose ends," Boy George told ET back in November. "I would say that it was all connected to my sanity."
Added Mikey Craig: "Sobriety played a big part."
"The fact that we're all here and sitting together is a miracle in itself. The fact we made an album is absolutely beyond," Roy Hay told ET. But Boy George did not agree. "I disagree. We never really fell out," he said.
And they have not missed a beat! The group performed on the Today Show on Thursday and gave a glimpse of what fans can expect as they're about to kick off their tour in Vancouver on July 17.
Over time, Boy George acknowledged that the audience has evolved. "When people have said 'Who's your audience?" I'm like 'Everyone.' It literally can be young kids, to very old ladies, you know mums," he said. "It used to be a lot of girls back in the day, and now we seem to get a lot more guys now."
Culture Club's new album Tribes is expected to come out in early 2016.
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