Listen to Steps’ comeback single “Scared of the dark”

Steps took the world by storm with their dance-pop hits in the Nineties and early Noughties.
Now Lee, Claire, H, Faye and Lisa are back with a new fantastic single “Scared of the dark”.
The track, written by Carl Ryden and Fiona Bevan, was premiered on The Ken Bruce Show on BBC Radio 2 yesterday.
It serves as first single from their fifth studio album “Tears on the dancefloor”, which marks band’s 20th anniversary.
The album is expected to feature songwriters who have previously worked with the likes of One Direction, Little Mix and Years & Years, as well as Abba’s Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson.
About it, Lisa said: “We’ve always had that comparison with Abba so it’s amazing to work with Benny and Bjorn. When we heard the special album track they gave to us we said, ‘that’s perfect’. It’s a bridge to where we were and it moves on nicely to where we’re taking the new music.”
The Abba track “Story of a heart” is a cover originally performed by Benny Anderssons Band, and written and composed by Benny and Bjorn.
“Tears on the dancefloor” is out on April 21.
In addition to the album’s release, Steps also announced a 15-date tour “Party on the dancefloor” with Vengaboys as special guests.

“Tears on the dancefloor” tracklist:

1. “Scared of the Dark”
2. “You Make Me Whole”
3. “Story of a Heart”
4. “Happy”
5. “No More Tears on the Dancefloor”
6. “Firefly”
7. “Space Between Us”
8. “Glitter & Gold”
9. “Neon Blue”
10. “I Will Love Again”
11. “Scared of the Dark” (Wideboys in the Shadows Vocal Mix)
12. “Story of a Heart” (7th Heaven Radio Mix)

Tour dates:

13 November 2017 – Dublin, Ireland 3Arena
14 November 2017 – Belfast, Northern Ireland SSE Arena
16 November 2017 – Glasgow, Scotland The SSE Hydro
17 November 2017 – Aberdeen GE Oil and Gas Arena
18 November 2017 – Liverpool, England Echo Arena Liverpool
20 November 2017 – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
21 November 2017 – Leeds First Direct Arena
23 November 2017 – Brighton Brighton Centre
24 November 2017 – London The O2 Arena
25 November 2017 – Wembley Arena
27 November 2017 – Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
28 November 2017 – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
29 November 2017 – Cardiff, Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
1 December 2017 – Birmingham, England Barclaycard Arena
2 December 2017 – Manchester Manchester Arena

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