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Embrace set for first album release in eight years

Band Embrace are back with their sixth album after an eight year absence

Band Embrace are back with their sixth album after an eight year absence

Brighouse band Embrace are all set for their new album release, their first in eight years, on Monday.

This morning (Friday), the five piece of Danny McNamara, Richard McNamara, Mike Heaton, Steve Firth and Mickey Dale, appeared on the Chris Evans breakfast show on BBC Radio 2.

As well as playing their latest single Follow You Home, they performed classic hits Ashes, Gravity and covered the Madness single It Must Be Love.

They were also joined on the show by singer Lilly Allen and US actor Matt LeBlanc.

From starting in a shed in Bailiff Bridge, Embrace have made a successful return to music scene since they announced the news of their new material at the end of 2013.

They performed numerous secret gigs including one at Halifax Amateur Boxing Club, before they officially broke the news of their comeback.

The band will also be appearing at HMV on Victoria Walk, Leeds on Sunday April 27 at 3pm to sign copies of their self entitled album.

 
 
 

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