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Embrace - This New Day (2006) Retail CD
British Trad Rock
This New Day, the fifth album from Embrace, comes hot on the heels of Out Of Nothing, the Chris Martin-approved 2005 album that saw these aspirant Yorkshire indie stalwarts return to the upper echelons of the UK charts. This time, they aren't taking any chances: gone are the days when the McNamara Brothers might pull out something as unusual as a kazoo, as they did on their 1999 hit "Hooligan". Rather, the likes of "Celebrate" and "You Will Hit The Target Every Time" ploughs a mainstream furrow not dissimilar to Keane, rousing mid-paced rockers that fanfare their emotional content loud and clearmore…. That it works is down to the fact that Embrace do broad-stroke optimism very well: "Sick of trying," broadcasts Danny McNamara on the clarion-like "No Use Trying", "But you know your day is gonna come". Importantly, too, his vocals--a long-time Achilles Heel--have dramatically improved, hitting the high notes with seeming effortlessness. "I Can't Come Down" is the stand-out ballad, a tearful piano-and-strings epic in the vein of The Verve or Oasis that blurs the line between love and drugged-out euphoria, but as a whole, This New Day shouldn't disappoint fans or newcomers after an anthemic rock fix. --Louis Pattison
|1||No Use Crying|
|5||I Can't Come Down|
|8||Even Smaller Stones|
|9||End Is Near|
|10||This New Day|
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