Embrace Tickets & Tour Dates 2015
Embrace are an English alternative rock band hailing from Bailiff Bridge, Brighouse. Formed in 1993, and consisting of brothers Danny and Richard McNamara (who sing and play guitar respectively) alongside bassist Steve Firth, keyboardist Mickey Dale, and drummer Mike Heaton, they’re known for their post Britpop sound, are one of the country’s most popular outfits.
Releasing their debut record ‘The Good Will Out’ in 1998, they went on to hit #1, paving the way for a handful of chart-topping, platinum-selling records. Entering a hiatus in the mid-Noughties, they would return in early 2014 with a brand new self-titled album and a tour of the UK. Not content with just one run of dates, they've lined-up another 13 shows in the winter - check below to find gig tickets through Stereoboard.
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Embrace have announced details of a new winter tour. Embrace Tickets are on sale at 9am today, August 22, priced at £19.50 (£20.50 in Stoke), plus fees.
Embrace have announced a new tour for the winter.
Way back in 1999, Embrace followed up their debut offering, ‘The Good Will Out’, with a curveball of a single. Hooligan, sung by the younger McNamara brother, Richard, was a complete contrast to the miserabilism that had gone before it; a jaunty, fun cut full of spirited mayhem.
“I don’t know if you’ve seen the YouTube clips of those apes that they let out. I think they were kept in this cage for 25 years or something. They’re scared. One of them sort of puts his foot out on to the grass, from the concrete of the cage that they’ve been in, and then he runs back in. One of them goes out and they all look at him thinking: ‘Is he going to be safe?’ And then all the rest of them walk out. They’re all overjoyed and can’t believe they’re free. It’s been a bit like that.”
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