NewsFebruary 29, 2024 10:37 AM ET1,335 views

One Step Closer announce 'All You Embrace' due out in May, present new single "Leap Years"

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Wilkes-Barre, PA buzzy hardcore rockers, One Step Closer, have announced their sophomore album All You Embrace, due out May 17th through Run For Cover Records. To celebrate the announcement, the four-piece have shared the album's lead single "Leap Years", which coincides with today being February 29th as well. 

Pre-order All You Embrace here

Along with the new single, the band has shared a a music video directed by the band along with Derek Rahbun.

 

 

 

Pre-order All You Embrace here

 

 

All You Embrace Tracklist
1. Color You
2. Leap Years
3. Blur My Memory
4. The Gate
5. Your Hazel Tree
6. Orange Leaf
7. Esruc
8. Slow to Let Go
9. Topanga
10. Giant's Despair
11. So Far From Me

 

Additionally, Once Step Closer is kicking off their triple headlining tour alongside Koyo and Anxious today in Hamden, CT, full list of dates below.

 

02/29 Hamden, CT @ Space Ballroom *
03/01 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club *
03/02 Virginia Beach, VA @ The Bunker *
03/03 Greenville, SC @ Radio Room *
03/05 Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco *
03/07 Springfield, MO @ The Riff *
03/08 Lawrence, KS @ Bottleneck  *
03/09 Des Moines, IA @ Woolys *
03/10 Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line *
03/12 Milwaukee, WI @ X-Ray Arcade ^
03/13 Indianapolis, IN @ Hi-Fi ^
03/15 Cleveland, OH @ Foundry ^
03/16 Grand Rapids, MI @ Pyramid Scheme ^
03/17 Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground ^
03/19 London, ON @ Rum Runners ^
03/20 Detroit, MI @ Edgemen  ^
03/22 Louisville, KY @ LBD Festival 
03/23 Nashville, TN @ The End  ^
03/24 Atlanta, GA @ Purgatory ^
03/26 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church ^
03/27 Boston, MA @ The Sinclair ^
03/28 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Monarch  ^
05/25 Hatfield, UK @ Slam Dunk Festival
05/26 Leeds, UK @ Slam Dunk Festival

* w/ Koyo, Anxious, Life's Question
^ w/ Koyo, Anxious, Stateside

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