Embrace announce new single ‘Follow You Home’
‘Released on 28th April & available to download from 11th April
New album ‘Embrace’ released on 28th April
“They’re a band with a distinctive sound but with their generous choruses and epic songwriting, it’s difficult not to welcome them back with open arms.” The Line Of Best Fit
After recently announcing their return with new album ‘Embrace’ on 28th April, Yorkshire 5-piece Embrace have announced a new single ‘Follow You Home’ which will be released proper on 28th April but will also be available to download as a track fromApril 11th.
With 3 number one albums, 6 top ten singles, sold out arena shows, over 2.5 million UK album sales and their last record achieving both #1 album and #2 single, Embrace were on the crest of a wave when they suddenly vanished without a trace. But now they are back with a new single and a fantastic new album conveying a more raw and darker sound whilst still keeping their signature anthems and huge choruses.
The first release from the record was the single ‘Refugees’ which was released last month as part of a 4-track EP reaching #2 in the iTunes album chart, and gave fans a taster of the new record with three brand new songs not featured on the new album. New single ‘Follow You Home’ comes from the band’s new album and is an anthemic track that conveys the band’s newer sound but is typical Embrace in the huge and unforgettable chorus. The track is officially released on 28th April as a digital bundle also including brand new track ‘Equal’ but fans will be able to buy it as an instant grat on the iTunes album pre-order from April 11th.
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Last month, Embrace performed 4 intimate shows in Scotland and have recently announced a 10-date UK tour in May including two headline shows at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire with the tour kicking off in Liverpool on 9th May. The first London show sold out in minutes with a second night added straight away followed by further sell-outs in Manchester, Leeds & Liverpool.
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