Embrace - Looking As You Are - Video Streams
Looking As You Are released by Independiente on 14th February.
2004 was an exceptional year for Embrace. With their current album Out Of Nothing having now passed the platinum status mark, two top 10 singles and a sell out UK tour last autumn, they were widely regarded to have made the comeback of the year. And it’s set to get even better in 2005…
Looking As You Are, the third single from their No. 1 album Out Of Nothing and a favourite in their live set, will be released on February
14th. Danny wrote this touching ballad at 3am one morning whilst waiting for a girl he’d fallen for to call. The single will be available as a two track cd, maxi cd and 7” vinyl with four additional new tracks, unavailable elsewhere, across the three formats. The maxi cd will also include the video for Looking As You Are. The covers of the various formats will feature hundreds of photos of Embrace fans, sent via the band’s website or taken on their last tour, as a thank you to fans for their support over the years. Track listings as follows:
Maxi cd – Looking As You Are; I ache; Soldiers Hours; Looking As You Are video
2 track cd – Looking As You Are; Madelaine
7” Vinyl – Looking As You Are; The Final Say
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In addition Embrace play a sell out UK tour in the spring kicking off with two shows at Glasgow’s Barrowlands on February 21st and 22nd.
Full list of dates as follows:
21st and 22nd, GLAGOW, Barrowlands;
23RD,NEWCASTLE. City Hall;
25TH, DONCASTER, Dome;
26TH and 27th, MANCHESTER, Apollo;
28TH, LEICESTER, De Montford Hall;
1st, WOLVERHAMPTON, Civic Hall;
2nd, CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange;
3rd, PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall;
5TH and 6th; LONDON, Brixton Academy.
Embrace wrapped up 2004 with their last secret gig of the year, playing 300 feet underground at Cornwall’s Carnglaze Caverns. The band decked out the disused open slate mine with festive decorations, donned Santa hats and delighted over 400 fans with a 15 song acoustic set that featured hits past and present, some Xmas favourites and their version of Echo And The Bunnymen’s Ocean Rain, a tribute to the band who shot the cover of their Ocean Rain album at Carnglaze Caverns
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