Steps' New Album Drops Next Week Ahead Of Massive UK Tour
Stop everything - the brand new album from everyone's favourite 90s icons Steps is coming out next Friday.
If, like us, you spent a great deal of your childhood recreating dance routines to their smash hits 5, 6, 7, 8 and of course, Tragedy, this is probably one of the most exciting things to happen in 2020.
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The five-piece, comprised of Lisa-Scott Lee, Lee Evans, Claire Richards, Faye Tozer and Ian 'H' Watkins, announced news of their upcoming sixth album back in September - with the disco-pop album set to be stuck in our head from next Friday onwards.
The first song to be released from the album is the titular track What the Future Holds, which was penned by none other than pop superstar Sia.
"She wrote the track for herself but realised it wasn't really for her and gave it to us," Claire told The Sun newspaper.
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"It's not like it was in the bottom of a drawer somewhere. It was her who said, 'We should give this to Steps because it would really suit them'."
The second single from the hotly anticipated album is the catchy dance track Something In Your Eyes, which is set to be a fab floor-filler from when we can finally head back into clubs.
The album is likely to keep us bopping along until Steps are back on the road next year, with the band having previously announced a nationwide tour in 2021.
Fans in Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester, Aberdeen, Belfast, Leeds, Liverpool, Glasgow, Brighton, London, Cardiff and Bournemouth will be able to see the band in all their glory from next November.
After success in the 90's, Steps split in 2001 after releasing a greatest hits album. Having reunited briefly in 2011, the brand announced they were back for good in 2017, releasing Tears on the Dancefloor - which shot to number two in the charts.
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