The Batsford Manor show was attended by fans who discovered secret 'key codes' across the Internet...

A documentary film of EMBRACE‘s secret gig at BATSFORD MANOR in Gloucestershire is to be broadcast on CHANNEL 4.

The two-hour secret show took place on July 28 in front of 200 fans in the Great Hall of the 19th century stately home at Moreton-in-Marsh, with the band premiering material from their forthcoming album, ‘If You’ve Never Been’, released on September 3.

In addition to the live show, the band also played back the new album to fans on a candle-lit terrace outside the house.


As previously reported on NME.COM, fans got tickets for the secret show by discovering secret ‘key codes’, which the band dispersed across the Internet.

Now, a documentary of the event will be broadcast on Channel 4 on August 22 at 1.15am. The show is part of the ‘4 Music’ series of shows.

For a full interview with Embrace, see this week’s NME, out now.


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