Steps in 2022
This archive contains hundreds of articles, blog posts and news updates that were published on Generation STEPS since its launch in 1998. We have made this available again as a historical resource that lets you re-live the news “as it happened” from the unique perspective of the website’s writers.


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  • Hard 2 Forget premieres tomorrow!
    The new Steps track Hard 2 Forget will be played for the first time on the Radio 2 breakfast show with Zoe Ball, on Thursday 7 July at 8.40am. The music video will also premiere on Thursday, at 1.30pm on the official Steps YouTube channel.
  • Get with the programme!
    We’ve added a new merchandise section to GenSTEPS and we’re pleased to announce you can now see photographs of all old Steps tour programmes – inside and out! – in our merchandise gallery. We’ll add What The Future Holds later – but while the merch is still current and on sale we can’t share pictures.
  • One For Sorrow video remastered in true HD
    The music video for One For Sorrow has been remastered in true high definition. The music video rushes were rescanned from the original 16mm film to create a genuine high definition copy of the iconic video, which has been uploaded to YouTube for the first time on the band’s official channel. ✨ The music video […]
  • Steps perform on ITV’s Jubilee show
    Steps performed on ITV’s Jubilee celebration show broadcast today. They performed a megamix of their greatest hits with backing from a live band. The mix included What The Future Holds, Scared Of The Dark, Stomp, Deeper Shade Of Blue and Tragedy. Sadly Lee was not present due to Covid. The performance was recorded on Thursday […]
  • Platinum Collection interview round-up
    Steps have done a bunch of interviews to launch the Platinum Collection album. Here are some of them. From the Official Charts Company: On November 10 1997 Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer, Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Lee Latchford-Evans and Claire Richards burst onto the pop scene with their utterly bonkers, techno-pop-meets-country classic 5, 6, 7, 8. It […]