Band's glorious release.
BRIGHOUSE band Embrace are set to release the fourth single from their hit comeback album Out of Nothing.
The next single from the album - which hit number one in the charts a week after its release last September- is entitled A Glorious Day.
It will be released on May 30, following the band's biggest ever headline gigs in Millennium Square at Leeds on May 28 and 29.
The gigs - also entitled A Glorious Day - are sold out and will each attract about 8,000 people.
The supporting acts for May 28 will be The Ordinary Boys, The Subways, Hard-Fi and up and coming Leeds band Anechoic.
On May 29, the supporting slots will be filled by Thirteen Senses, Longview, Engineers and Infrasound.
The single, A Glorious Day, will be available on two different CDs and 7" vinyl.
The 7" vinyl will include A Glorious Day and a B-side, Hallelujah.
The first CD will feature A Glorious Day and another track, Milk & Honey.
The other CD will feature A Glorious Day, plus two other tracks Feels Like Glue, Red Eye Shot and the video for A Glorious Day.
The video for the single was shot during the band's sell out show at Brixton Academy in March, which marked the end of their UK tour.