What The Future Holds Tour
Three years after they staged the UK’s most successful comeback of the decade, enduring pop legends Steps – aka Claire, Faye, H, Lee and Lisa – return once again with their new album, What The Future Holds, to be released on November 27th 2020 and the sure-to-be epic, What The Future Holds Tour, in November 2021.
Steps will be joined on tour by the brilliant Sophie Ellis-Bextor as special guest.
Speaking of the album and tour, Steps add: “We will never forget the past with Steps, it’s what made us, but we’ve got to look to the future too. We were so thrilled that the last album was a success and it gave us a new lease of life.
Performing live has always been our favourite part of being in Steps – we had the most fun of our career on the last tour and we’re already planning for the next one to be our biggest spectacle yet. We’re also thrilled to have Sophie Ellis-Bextor as our special guest on the What The Future Holds 2021 Tour – her catalogue is full of floor-fillers and she knows how to get any party started. We are so excited for everyone to hear this new album and to come join us on tour.”
Steps originally formed in 1997 and, over four and a half years, they sold over 15 million records and achieved 14 consecutive top five singles with their albums Step One, Steptacular, Buzz and Gold. The group also won 'Best-Selling British Live Act' at the BRIT Awards in 1999, and continued to fill stadiums until their spilt in 2001. All five original members of the band, Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, H and Lee Latchford Evans, reunited in 2011 to take part in the Sky Living-commissioned four-part documentary series charting their reconciliation, and then returned once again in 2017 for their 20 year reunion.
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Sophie Ellis Bextor
Sophie Ellis-Bextor shot to fame as a vocalist on Spiller’s huge number one single Groovejet and followed it up with Take Me Home and her worldwide smash hit, Murder on the Dancefloor. Her solo debut album, Read My Lips was released in 2001, reaching number two in the UK Albums Chart and was certified double platinum. Her recent work has taken on a new direction, with a Kate Bush/Tori Amos influence, and material co-written by pianist and singer-songwriter Ed Harcourt.
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