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Interview by David Bennun, Loaded, 1997

STEVE FIRTH takes a pull on his fag and stares out blankly at the sodden fields of Glastonbury. The rain is beating horizontally against a ...

Embrace

Profile and Interview by David Bennun, Loaded, Summer 1997

STEVE FIRTH takes a pull on his fag and stares out blankly at the sodden fields of Glastonbury. ...

Embrace: The Good Will Out

Review by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, July 1998

Belated, soul-stirring debut from justifiably hyped Yorkshiremen ...

Psychobabble: Embrace

Interview by Robin Bresnark, Melody Maker, 27 October 1999

One wants to be microwaved, the other's ready to shoot a cow. Get on the couch, EMBRACE fellas! ...

Embrace: Drawn From Memory

Review by Roy Wilkinson, Select, April 2000

THIS FOLLOW-UP to 1998's The Good Will Out album was recorded with Trisan Norwell in London, Leeds and Gloucestershire. Perhaps inspired by his work with ...

Embrace: If You've Never Been

Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 2001

"No, I won't feel ashamed": Embrace-ing Emo-Pop ...

Embrace: This New Day

Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 17 March 2006

EIGHTEEN MONTHS AGO, Embrace made the decade's least expected comeback when their aptly titled fourth album, Out of Nothing, reached number one. Their reappearance, after ...

Embrace: This New Day

Review by Nick Southall, Stylus, 27 March 2006

YEAH, I KNOW I'M BIASED. But any "critic" who claims to have some kind of objectivity when reviewing a record is lying anyway — the ...

Hear we go!

Comment by Pete Paphides, The Times, 31 March 2006

We get the football anthems we deserve, says Pete Paphides. Can Embrace score a winner? ...

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