THE NEW ALBUM - OUT 10 SEPTEMBER 2021

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2021 TOUR

SIGNED DELUXE CD

Deluxe casebound 2CD with signed insert and 24 tracks. Includes 10 brand-new songs, stripped-back acoustic versions, remixes and Heartbreak In This City ft. Michelle Visage.

STANDARD CD

15 tracks, including 10 brand-new songs, stripped-back acoustic versions and Heartbreak In This City ft. Michelle Visage.

VINYL (STORE EXCLUSIVE)

Exclusive ultra clear with pink splatter vinyl. 15 tracks, including 10 brand-new songs, stripped-back acoustic versions and Heartbreak In This City ft. Michelle Visage.

CASSETTE (STORE EXCLUSIVE)

Exclusive cassette album with 15 tracks. Includes 10 brand-new songs, stripped-back acoustic versions and Heartbreak In This City ft. Michelle Visage.

DIGITAL

Pre-order/pre-save digital album featuring 24 tracks, including brand-new songs, stripped-back acoustic versions, remixes and Heartbreak In This City ft. Michelle Visage.

TOUR DATES

VIP MEET-AND-GREET, SOUNDCHECK EXPERIENCE AND GOLDEN TICKET PACKAGES AVAILABLE FROM EVENT TRAVEL.

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    2021-11-02
    Nov '21
    02
    FlyDSA Arena
    FlyDSA Arena
    Sheffield, UK
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    2021-11-03
    Nov '21
    03
    Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
    Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
    Nottingham, UK
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    2021-11-05
    Nov '21
    05
    Resorts World Arena
    Resorts World Arena
    Birmingham, UK
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    2021-11-06
    Nov '21
    06
    Resorts World Arena
    Resorts World Arena
    Birmingham, UK
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    2021-11-08
    Nov '21
    08
    Utilita Arena Newcastle
    Utilita Arena Newcastle
    Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
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    2021-11-11
    Nov '21
    11
    AO Arena
    AO Arena
    Manchester, UK
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    2021-11-12
    Nov '21
    12
    AO Arena
    AO Arena
    Manchester, UK
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    2021-11-13
    Nov '21
    13
    P&J Live
    P&J Live
    Aberdeen, UK
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    2021-11-15
    Nov '21
    15
    The SSE Arena, Belfast
    The SSE Arena, Belfast
    Belfast, UK
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    2021-11-18
    Nov '21
    18
    M&S Bank Arena
    M&S Bank Arena
    Liverpool, UK
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    2021-11-19
    Nov '21
    19
    First Direct Arena
    First Direct Arena
    Leeds, UK
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    2021-11-22
    Nov '21
    22
    The SSE Hydro
    The SSE Hydro
    Glasgow, UK
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    2021-11-23
    Nov '21
    23
    The SSE Hydro
    The SSE Hydro
    Glasgow, UK
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    2021-11-25
    Nov '21
    25
    The Brighton Centre
    The Brighton Centre
    Brighton, UK
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    2021-11-26
    Nov '21
    26
    The O2
    The O2
    London, UK
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    2021-11-27
    Nov '21
    27
    The O2
    The O2
    London, UK
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    2021-11-29
    Nov '21
    29
    Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
    Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
    Cardiff, UK
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    2021-12-01
    Dec '21
    01
    Bournemouth International Centre (BIC)
    Bournemouth International Centre (BIC)
    Bournemouth, UK

VIDEO

BIOG

Three years after they staged one of the most successful comebacks of the decade, enduring British pop legends Steps – aka H, Claire, Faye, Lee and Lisa – return once again with their sixth album, What the Future Holds. If you thought 2017's hi-energy Tears on the Dancefloor album, which launched with the giant glitter ball-sized banger Scared of the Dark and concluded with a sold-out arena tour, was a step into the big leagues then brace yourselves. Not only is the first single written by pop queen Sia, the versatile new album sees the band reunite with the likes of Fiona Bevan (One Direction, Lewis Capaldi), Ina Wroldsen (Shakira, Britney Spears) and Karl Twigg, who worked on their first three albums, plus experiment with the likes of Hannah Robinson (Kylie) and new pop shape-shifters such as Gracey and MNEK. “We will never forget the past with Steps, it's what made us,” say the band, “but we've got to look to the future too.”

Launching during the halcyon days of pop in 1997 with their line-dancing classic 5,6,7,8, Steps set about re-turfing the music landscape via 14 UK top 10 singles and three multi-platinum albums in three years including #1’s Tragedy and Stomp. Fast forward twenty years, the band returned with the mighty ‘Tears On The Dancefloor’, which was only kept off the UK top spot by Ed Sheeran, before becoming the second biggest-selling independent album of 2017 behind Stormzy.

The band released What The Future Holds, their most ambitious album to date, in 2020. The album showcased the big melodic choruses of their top-tier bangers and went Silver within the first month of its release. It was also the most downloaded album in the UK over the Christmas period. What The Future Holds Pt. 2 will be released later this year.

The five-piece will also be heading on their sure-to-be epic What The Future Holds Tour in November, headlining 18 arena shows across the UK including two dates at London’s The O2 and will be joined by the brilliant Sophie Ellis-Bextor as a special guest.