Yes bucked the trend, but at a cost; they more or less abandoned their art rock roots and turned into an arena rock band. This is especially evident on the hugely successful 1983 album 90125 which scarcely sounds like a Yes record.
This change in style and personnel created a difficult working environment and Big Generator (the follow up to 90125) took 4 years to record. The result is an album that is stylistically similar to 90125, even though producer Trevor Horn left early in the project.
"Love Will Find A Way" was the first single off Big Generator, and was written by Trevor Rabin. Interestingly, Rabin wrote the song for Stevie Nicks, but when drummer Alan White heard it he convinced Rabin to keep it for Yes. The result was a #30 hit, the penultimate Yes top 40 single ("Rhythm of Love" at #40 was the last one).
The musically differences that plagued Yes continued after Big Generator, as the group's next album (1991's Union) also took 4 years to record. Since then the group has continued to record and tour in different permutations, and many members of the band have also participated in other musical projects.