The group found their greatest success in the North America, with five Top 40 hits in the US, all charting between 1984 and 1987 (including the #2 hit "Everybody Have Fun Tonight"). In the UK, their home country, their only top 40 hit was "Dance Hall Days" (#21, 1984).
During the 1990s, Feldman joined up with Jon Moss of Culture Club to form the band Promised Land, and subsequently released their self-titled debut album, Promised Land, in 1992.
A 2000 edition of Wang Chung played several dates in America. Feldman was the only original member of this iteration of the band, as Hues bowed out due to other commitments.
In March 2005, Wang Chung (once again consisting of Hues and Feldman) contributed "Akasha", a previously unreleased song, to the "Of Hands and Hearts compilation", in response to the 2004 Southeast Asia tsunami crisis.
In June 2005, Hues and Feldman reunited as Wang Chung on the reality TV series Hit Me Baby One More Time, performing "Everybody Have Fun Tonight" and a cover of "Hot in Herre" by Nelly.