Steps have announced that they are reuniting with a comeback album titled ‘What The Future Holds’ as well as a 2021 nationwide tour.
The pop group consists of Lisa Scott-Lee, Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, Lee Latchford-Evans, and Ian ‘H’ Watkins, who have teamed up with other celebrities including Sia to pen singles for the new album.
Steps took to their official social media accounts to share their exciting news and to confirm that their new album will be released in late November.
The post was captioned: “We couldn’t keep it a secret any longer!!”
“Our new album What The Future Holds arrives on November 27th, and it’s available to pre-order from 8am tomorrow!” – The pop group added.
In another post, they announced their 2021 tour. The caption read: “We are SO excited to announce our 2021 #FutureHolds tour! Pre-order our new album What The Future Holds from the Steps Superstore now (link in our bio) for exclusive pre-sale ticket access next Tues Sep 15th.”
“Tickets and VIP experiences on general sale Friday Sep 18th at 10am.” – They added.
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We are SO excited to announce our 2021 #FutureHolds tour! Pre-order our new album What The Future Holds from the Steps Superstore now (link in our bio) for exclusive pre-sale ticket access next Tues Sep 15th. Tickets and VIP experiences on general sale Friday Sep 18th at 10am 🎫💖
After premiering their new single ‘What The Future Holds’ on Radio 2, the pop group shared how excited they are about reuniting for their new album and tour.
They said: “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.”
Steps split in 2001 after achieving fourteen consecutive top 5 singles, they sold over 20 million records and reached Number One with three albums as well as three singles.
They are also BRIT award winners and hold the record for the most consecutive sold-out nights at Wembley.
The pop group had a brief reunion in 2011, where they held a sell-out 12 date arena tour and released their fourth album before they went on hiatus.
Fans could not be happier that Steps is reuniting once again to bring the world more music as well as a tour that promises to be the ‘biggest spectacle yet’.