Steps are making their return in 2017 with a huge UK arena tour, plus a brand-new single and album, marking their twentieth anniversary. The tour stops at The O2 on Friday 24 November 2017.
The band have scored fourteen consecutive top 5 singles, sold over 20 million records and reached number one with three albums and three singles. They are BRIT award winning and hold the record for the most consecutive sold-out nights at SSE Arena, Wembley.
Their riotous and bombastic new single Scared Of The Dark premieres later this week and will be released on 10 March, ahead of the new album Tears On The Dancefloor, out 21 April. The album features tracks from the biggest songwriters in pop including Ina Wroldsen (Calvin Harris, Britney Spears), Steve Mac (Jess Glynne, Little Mix), TMS (Years & Years, Sigma), Carl Ryden (The Saturdays, David Guetta), Fiona Bevan (1D, 5SOS) and Metrophonic (Cher, Olly Murs). Tears On The Dancefloor marks the band’s first full album of original material since 2000 and is full of huge pop classics that are sure to get everyone back on the dancefloor.
Speaking of the forthcoming album, Steps said:
“This is the album we think our fans have been waiting for. It was very important for us to have a hint of the past but to try to blend it into modern day music. We think Steps are a little bit of what everyone needs right now. We can’t wait to take the new album plus all our favorite hits out on the road”.
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