Back To The Future: Inside Steps' plans to take things to the "next level"

George Garner

In 2017, after virtually the whole industry had turned a blind eye to them, returning pop sensations Steps went the independent route and released Tears On The Dancefloor – their first album of all-new music in 17 years. One gold-selling record and 200,000 arena tour tickets later, they had comprehensively proven their doubters wrong. Now Music Week asks the group, Fascination Management and BMG if their new album What The Future Holds can do it all over again… 

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