Steps collaborated with Melodifestivalen stars on new promo single ‘Hold My Heart’

One of the biggest pop group of the ’90s and the ’00s, surprised the fans with the announcement of the new upcoming album ‘What The Future Holds’ which is due to be released on November 27th. Steps released the first single from the upcoming album of the same name, the following one was well-known to all the Eurovision fans – Something in Your Eyes, which was performed first by Jenny Silver, at Melodifestivalen 2011. Just two weeks before album release the pop group, who has sold over 20 million records worldwide in addition to acquiring a BRIT Award nomination in 1999 for Best Newcomer while supporting Britney Spears on tour the same year, dropped another promo single ‘Hold My Heart‘, which was penned by Robin Stjernberg, Swedish representative at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest, along with Isa Molin, who wrote Lisa Ajax’s Melodifestivalen 2019 entry “Torn”.

We all instantly fell in love with ‘Hold My Heart’ the first time we heard it. It’s a proper classic Steps ballad with amazing harmonies. We all got quite emotional recording it in the studio. It has a bit of a Lady A vibe to it and it really shows the mature side of the new album. While we all love an up-tempo banger, and there are PLENTY on the album, we wanted to show the opposite side to ‘Something In Your Eyes’ with this latest teaser track

Steps about their new promo track, ‘Hold My Heart’
‘Hold My Heart’ is penned by Robin Stjernberg and Isa Molin.

Steps released Hold My Heart EP, where you can find the newest promo single ‘Hold My Heart’, another promo track ‘Under My Skin’, first single from the upcoming album of the same name ‘What The Future Holds‘, as well as their latest single ‘Something in Your Eyes‘.

Fans can also be treated with two remixes from 7th Heaven Production, you can listen to them here:

Do you like the new sound of Steps? Let us know in the comment section below!

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