New Wave Music Photography in the 1980s

The New Wave music genre combined rock and pop music with disco and electronic music sounds, originally containing elements similar to punk rock. Heard in artists such as Blondie, Devo, and Talking Heads, this style gained popularity in the early 80s and took over the airwaves with hits like "Don't Stand So Close to Me" by The Police and "Just Like Heaven" by The Cure. Shop our collection of new wave 80s photos available to purchase online and through our galleries.


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