Tears For Fears - Shout (1984)
According to Roland Orzabel, Shout was written in his front room using just a small synthesizer and a drum machine.

Well, however it was written, the song went on to be one of the most successful singles of 1985, reaching #1 in the U.S., Austria, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand and Switzerland. It peaked at #4 in the UK during January 1985.
Shout was the band's eighth single release and the second single from the
Songs from the Big Chair album.

Costing around £14,000 (which is a pretty low budget for an 80s pop video) the video features a combination of a studio performance by the whole band in front of their family and friends, as well as clips of Orzabel and Smith in Durdle Door, Dorset.
Tears For Fears - Shout 7
Smash Hits Dec 1982 ft. Tears For Fears
Smash Hits cover from Dec 1982