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Hold My Heart

Steps

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1.1
Hold My Heart
Steps
3:47
1.2
Something in Your Eyes
Steps
3:01
1.3
What the Future Holds (Single Mix)
Steps
3:48
1.4
Under My Skin
Steps
3:31
1.5
Something in Your Eyes (7th Heaven Remix;Edit)
Steps
3:38
1.6
Something in Your Eyes (7th Heaven Remix)
Steps
5:53
Total Playing Time    23:38
Three years after they staged one of the most successful comebacks of the decade, enduring British pop legends Steps – aka H, Claire, Faye, Lee and Lisa – return once again with their new EP, Hold My Heart. “We all instantly fell in love with ‘Hold My Heart’ the first time we heard it. It’s a proper classic Steps ballad with amazing harmonies. We all got quite emotional recording it in the studio. It has a bit of a Lady A vibe to it and it really shows the mature side of the new album. While we all love an up-tempo banger, and there are PLENTY on the album, we wanted to show the opposite side to ‘Something In Your Eyes’ with this latest teaser track.” - Steps
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