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Embrace are English Indie Rock Band formed in 1997. They released several albums including their hit, Out of Nothing.
Embrace was formed at West Yorkshire in 1997 by "Danny McNamara", "Richard Mcmara", "Steve Firth", "Mickey Dale" and "Mike Heaton". They release their debut album,[The Good Will Out]] in 1998. The album chartered at #1 on British Charts. Their next albums entitled, Drawn From Memory and If You've Never Been was released in 2000 and 2001 respectively. In 2004, they signed a recording contract under Independiente Records and released their album, Out of Nothing. The album chartered at #1 on The UK Albums Chart. It features the single, "Gravity". Their album, This New Day was released in March 2006. The album spawned the hit single, "Nature's Law" which chartered at #2 on The UK Singles Chart.
Awards & Certifications
|Year||Title||UK Singles Chart||Album|
|2004||Gravity||7||If You've Never Been|
|2005||Nature's Law||2||This New Day|
Tours & Concerts
There are no current tour and concert schedules for Embrace.
There are no announcements as of this time
|1997||All You Good People||Hut|
|1997||One Big Family||Hut|
Compilations & Live Releases
- In March 2006, Embrace were chosen to record England's official football World Cup 2006 song, "World At Your Feet,"