Just 200 lucky fans get the chance to see the band performing material from new album 'If You've Never Been'...

EMBRACE performed the sixth of their secret gigs at BATSFORD MANOR in Gloucestershire last Saturday night (July 28), NME.COM can exclusively reveal.

The two-hour show took place in front of 200 fans in the Great Hall of the 19th century stately home at Moreton-in-Marsh.

The band premiered material from their forthcoming album, ‘If You’ve Never Been’, which is released on September 3.

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

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

One fan who attended told NME.COM: “It was great seeing the band in such grandiose surroundings. It was an absolutely beautiful weekend as well with the sun shining throughout, so people could sit outside and relax”.

NME.COM can also reveal that the band are planning another secret show before the end of the summer. ‘SG#7’ will take place in the north of England on September 22. Tickets will be made available via a postal ballot, although final details are as-yet-unconfirmed.