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In Embrace

In Embrace

In Embrace


In Embrace was a British pop-band of the 1980ies. Founded in Leicestershire as a synth duo by Gary Knight and Cameron Lindo in 1982, they released the mini-album, „The Initial Caress“ (Glass Records), which received notable airplay by John Peel. Their first proper album was called 'Passionfruit Pastels'. Knight and Lindo then went their separate ways, and Knight continued to record and perform solo as In Embrace for the next single 'The Living Daylights' before recruiting Richard Formby on guitar. Read more on Last.fm
In Embrace was a British pop-band of the 1980ies. Founded in Leicestershire as a synth duo by Gary Knight and Cameron Lindo in 1982, they released the mini-album, „The Initial Caress“ (Glass Records), which received notable airplay by John Peel. Their first proper album was called 'Passionfruit Pastels'. Knight and Lindo then went their separate ways, and Knight continued to record and perform solo as In Embrace for the next single 'The Living Daylights' before recruiting Richard Formby on guitar.

The second album 'Too' (Glass) was highly praised in the now-defunct 'Sounds' and 'ZigZag'. Their single 'Your Heaven Scent' was hailed 'Single of the Month' in ZigZag. Supporting The Style Council at the Apollo Theatre in Coventry, In Em-brace recruited a full-time drummer in Joby Palmer (Pre-Eyeless In Gaza) and Stephen Rees (ex-Tuffs) on bass, whereas Formby was replaced by Clive Dove (also ex-Tuffs). They emerged on Cherry Red Records with a final Knight/Formby song, 'Shouting in Cafes'.

Next came their most widely-known song -'This Brilliant Evening'- their only track still available on CD on 'Ambition - The Cherry Red Story'. Multi-instrumentalist Peter Becker of Eyeless In Gaza then joined the band for their subsequent performing and recording sessions. Major support dates with The Housemartins and Carmel followed before In Embrace returned to Glass Records with two new singles: 'A Room Upstairs' and 'What's Got into Me?'. The band dissolved for financial problems, whereas their last album, 1987's 'Songs About Snogging', remains unreleased to this day.

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