Embrace

Formed 1993.

British indie group

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Embrace talk to Janice Long

Danny and Richard McNamara from Embrace are in to do the Spoken Word Session.

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Biography

Embrace are an English post-Britpop band from Bailiff Bridge, Brighouse, West Yorkshire. To date they have released five studio albums, one singles album and one B-sides compilation. The band consists of brothers singer Danny McNamara and guitarist Richard McNamara, bassist Steve Firth, keyboardist Mickey Dale, and drummer Mike Heaton. The group have released five studio albums – The Good Will Out (1998), Drawn from Memory (2000), If You've Never Been (2001), Out of Nothing (2004) and This New Day (2006). Their sixth album Embrace is set to be released in April 2014.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of This New Day

    This New Day 2006

    Reviewed by Chris White
    Embrace trundle back again with their familiar blend of one-paced, unimaginative piano...
  2. Review of Out Of Nothing

    Out Of Nothing 2004

    Reviewed by Jack Smith
    Opening with the monumental 'Ashes' it is clear that this album is less of a...