The band take advantage of a break in touring to work on the follow up to 'If You've Never Been'...

EMBRACE will start work on their new album during their current break in touring.

The group have just completed a UK tour in support of their current album ‘If You’ve Never Been’, and take to the road again at the end of January for another string of dates in the British Isles.

Writing to fans in his diary on the official Embrace website, www.embrace.co.uk, vocalist Danny McNamara said work will start on recording the band’s fourth album proper in the coming weeks.


He wrote: “That has to be the best tour we’ve ever done. It’s the first time I’ve come home from a tour and felt totally happy with how the band came across. You lot really are the noisiest crowd on the planet. Especially Liverpool and Glasgow at which even the cynical old promoters were speechless. Over the next few weeks we are going to be filming a lot more footage for the screens so we should have a whole load of new images by the time we start the second leg of the tour in February. I really liked the set we did on this tour but I want to try and change it a bit for the next leg so if there are any favourites you particularly want that we didn’t play this time let me know.

“I know it sounds a bit corny but the last few weeks have been among the best of my life. Between now and the next leg of the tour we’re going to start working on the next LP. I’ve already got a handful of songs I’m really excited about. The tour has been like an adrenaline shot in the arm.”

The second leg of the tour calls at: Leeds University (January 31)

London Royal Albert Hall (February 1)

Manchester Apollo (2)

Edinburgh Corn Exchange (3)


Tickets for the shows are priced £13.50, except in London, which are priced between £13.50 – £17.50.

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