"Heaven" is a 1984 song by English band The Psychedelic Furs from their fourth studio album, Mirror Moves. Written by bassist Tim Butler and lead vocalist Richard Butler, the song reached the top 30 of the charts in the United Kingdom and peaked at number 41 in New Zealand.
Released in 1984, "Heaven" entered the UK Singles Chart in April 1984, peaked at number 29, and spent five weeks on the chart. The song reached number 41 in New Zealand. Allmusic writer Bill Janovitz called it a "gorgeous pop song", and praised Richard Butler for being "remarkably expressive in his phrasing and in his extraordinary voice." Janovitz credited producer Keith Forsey for striking a balance of pop music and punk rock influences on the track.