EMBRACE - NEW SINGLE
Target released on Independiente on September 11th
Embrace, who recently wrapped up a nationwide sell out tour of forests in the UK, are set to release a new single Target on September 11th.
Target is the second single to be taken from Embrace's latest No.1 album This New Day and will be available as a cd, maxi cd and 7" single. The song's widescreen anthemics are indicative of Embrace's mood on their current album - an upbeat and euphoric sound born out of a newfound confidence following their remarkable comeback.
The story line for the accompanying video is a one anyone can relate to. What choice would one make if given the option to turn back the clock? This is the dilemma faced by the cast when offered this choice by Danny's character in this thoughtful and poignant video.
Catch Embrace on tour with support from the mighty Four Day Hombre
HULL, City Hall; 22,
NORWICH, WEA; 23,
CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange; 24,
CARDIFF, University Great Hall; 26,
EXETER, Great Hall; 27,
BRISTOL, Colston Hall; 29,
LONDON, Hammersmith Apollo; OCTOBER 2,
FOLKESTONE, Leas Cliff; 3,
BRIGHTON, Dome; 4,
PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall; 8,
DERBY, Assembly Rooms; 9,
CARLISLE, Sands Centre; 10
GLASGOW, Academy; 13 & 14,
MANCHESTER Apollo; 16,
LEICESTER, De Montford Hall; 18,
BIRMINGHAM, Academy; 19,
NEWCASTLE, Academy; 20,
MIDDLESBOROUGH, Town Hall; 22,
LIVERPOOL, University; 23,
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