STEPS are ‘Hard 2 Forget’ with their brand new single

STEPS are celebrating their 25 years in style with The Platinum Collection. As a band, they are pretty ‘Hard 2 Forget’ as they’ve had some amazing hits over the years. Their latest release ‘Hard 2 Forget’ is set to be another one for the chart-topping band.

Written by US pop artist VINCINT with Grammy-nominee JHart and STORYBOARDS, the video for ‘Hard 2 Forget’ is set in an East London café after a massive night out, it features a colourful cast of characters including Drag Race UK star Charity Kase

Steps are one of the UK’s most successful and loved acts and this Platinum Collection includes all their biggest and best hits including #1’s Heartbeat/Tragedy and Stomp plus epic comeback singles Scared Of The Dark and What The Future Holds alongside classics including One For Sorrow and Deeper Shade of Blue. recently revealed their new Platinum Megamix, a fabulous reminder of all their gigantic hits from the past two and a half decades.

Talking about the Platinum collection and ‘Hard 2 Forget’ the band said in a press release: “This 25th anniversary year has been all about looking back at our history and celebrating so many wonderful moments throughout our career.  The last few years have been made extra special by the incredible response to our new music.  We couldn’t release the Platinum Collection without something brand-new for our fans, and we are SO excited to share our new single ‘Hard 2 Forget’.  The moment we heard it, we knew it had the DNA of a classic Steps song but with a modern edge. We hope you all love it as much as we do!”

The Platinum Collection is available to pre-order now in various formats including Standard CD, Deluxe 2CD, Vinyl, Cassette and Digital. There will also be 5 very special solo editions, each with unique bonus tracks of the band’s favourite songs from across their career. To pre-order, visit

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