£40,000 worth of Tears for Fears instruments, clothing and kit are going up for auction in the coming months.
Over 30 flight cases belonging to the Bath band during the 1996 tour will go on sale at specialist auctioneers Gardiner Houlgate in Corsham this December.
The haul comes from the home of Tears for Fears’ frontman Roland Orzabal.
Items on sale includes a Linn drum machine – part of the band's signature sound, a Yamaha DX1 synthesizer; guitar amplifiers, pedal boards, VIP tour passes and Roland Orzabal’s Electro-Voice microphone.
The auctioneering team are still going through the belongings to catalogue the full list for sale.
Tears for Fears formed in Bath in 1981 and achieved international success in the 1980s.
The band cancelled their UK arena tour earlier this year after ‘unforeseen health concerns’ and it has been rescheduled for early 2019.
The auction will take place at in Corsham over the 12/13 December.