Embrace have announced a UK tour to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album, “The Good Will Out”.
Released in 1998, the West Yorkshire band’s first full-length album reached number one on the UK Singles Chart and number two on the Scottish Albums Chart. The singles include “All You Good Good People” and “My Weakness Is None of Your Business.”
Later this year, Embrace will be on the road for a series of special concerts, performing “The Good Will Out” in its entirety, as well as their biggest hits. Tom Speight will also be a special guest in the group.
The tour kicks off on November 2nd in Sheffield, with further concerts scheduled in Southampton (November 3rd), Cardiff (4th), Brighton (6th), Leeds (9th), Northampton (10th), Bristol (11th), Oxford (12th), Glasgow (14th), Newcastle (15th), Birmingham (16th), London (17th) and Manchester (18th).
In a statement, member Danny McNamara said: “I can’t believe it’s been 25 years since we released our first album, but it’s amazing that it has resonated with so many people after all this time.
“The Piece Hall Concert [en Halifax el 1 de julio] It was one of the best nights we’ve ever had and one of the best nights of my life. It’s going to be amazing to take this show on tour for the first time, we can’t wait.”
Tickets go on sale at 9am BST this Friday (July 28); you can buy yours here.
Embrace released their eighth and most recent studio album, “How To Be A Person Like Other People,” last summer. The band went on a promotional tour in August and September.