Steps Release Video For New Single, ‘Something In Your Eyes’

Pop legends Steps have released the incredible official video for their new single, ‘Something In Your Eyes’! The video, which was directed by Carly Cussen, was teased on ITV’s Lorraine before premiering on YouTube this morning. You can watch the video for ‘Something In Your Eyes’ below:

Steps - Something In Your Eyes (Official Music Video)

‘Something In Your Eyes’ is the follow up to their iTunes #1 Sia-penned, ‘What The Future Holds’ (watch the video here), from their forthcoming album ‘What The Future Holds’, out November 27th. The single and video show the group gleefully celebrating their past with a classic, ABBA-esque chorus and striking dance routine.

Speaking of the ‘Something In Your Eyes’ video, the five-piece said,

“The video for ‘Something In Your Eyes’ is probably the most campy fun colourful video yet since our 2017 comeback – it’s classic Steps in every way.  It probably has the most fun dance routine we’ve done in years, we definitely think this one will be fun for everyone to learn at home. It’s the  pastel daydream reverse world of the dark moody ‘What The Future Holds’ video.”

Steps revealed their 6th album, ‘What The Future Holds‘, will come out November 27th 2020 and be released via BMG. The What The Future Holds album will be available on all digital platforms plus CD, Vinyl (including a limited edition transparent pink edition) and Cassette (including a special collector’s box with five separate transparent pink solo cassettes with an intro from each band member).

Steps have also announced their sure-to-be epic What The Future Holds 2021 Tour headlining 14 arena shows across the UK including The O2 in London. Steps will be joined on the tour by the brilliant Sophie Ellis-Bextor as special guest. Tickets are selling fast and are on sale now here.

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