Jam packed in for The Good will Out!
Celebrating 20 years of The Good Will Out, Embraces fans pack out Manchesters Albert Hall.
First released in 98, The Good Will Out firmly sits as one of the finest albums release in the past 20 or so years, going gold on the first day of release and becoming one of the fastest-ever-selling debut albums by a British band.
The album is played in full from start to finish, track by track to a standing Albert Hall audience. All You Good Good People is a perfect opener and absolutely sets the tone of the evening of hits and anthems.
My Weakness is None of Your Business and Come Back To What You Know follow with the Albert Hall on backing vocals and gets the show officially started. Probably the bands most recognised song and one of the 90’s most recognisable anthems, the track gets the recognition in which it deserves.
The lads smash through the rest of the album demonstrating why they have had so much success with The Good Will Out. Danny still sounding as soulful as ever and on a whole, Embrace are one of the last great bands of the 90’s guitar scene.
All You Good Good People
My Weakness Is None of Your Business
Come Back to What You Know
One Big Family
I Want the World
You’ve Got to Say Yes
The Last Gas
That’s All Changed Forever
Now You’re Nobody
The Good Will Out
Follow You Home
Never (with EEVAH)