After the Azure d'Or tour, Tout left the group for personal reasons, quickly followed by Sullivan. Subsequent albums Camera Camera (1981) and Time-Line (1983) brought Renaissance more into the contemporary synthpop and new wave genre, but neither garnered enough commercial interest to make a viable future for the band. Camera Camera was the band's final album to chart in the US where it reached No. 196 in late 1981.  In 1985 Camp left, and Haslam and Dunford led an acoustic version of the band and performed occasional shows (the last being in Georgetown, DC , until splitting up in August 1987).
Be all that as it may . . besides the complete lute solos, mentioned above, the Lachrimae (1604) collection for viols and (very difficult) lute has been published in facsimile by Boethius, and in modern editions, most recently by Fretwork Editions, while his other consort music is available in a boxed set of partbooks from Schott. His solo songs, first transcribed in the 1920s by Edmund Fellowes, are published by Stainer & Bell, who also publish a (shockingly mistake-ridden) new edition of his four-voice ayres in the Musica Britannica series (the 1953/1976 edition has far fewer mistakes and bad page turns, but has no tab, for which the lute needs the solo song editions). Facsimile editions of the songbooks have been published both by Scolar Press, latterly in association with Brian Jordan of Cambridge, and now also by Broude Brothers, in their Performers Facsimile series. Not forgetting Diana Poulton’s fascinating biography of the man, published by Faber.