Indie-rockers Embrace are coming home to perform in the historic Cistercian ruins at Kirkstall Abbey.

The Brighouse five-piece is marking 20 years of their number one, two times platinum album, Out of Nothing.

Released in 2004, the album saw Embrace sky-rocket up the charts with hit singles including Gravity and Ashes.

The band will play the entirety of Out of Nothing while fans can also expect to hear other hits including Come Back to What You Know, All You Good People, and One Big Family.

Lead singer Danny McNamara said: "The chance to play our biggest album from start to finish for the first time ever, in such a spectacular setting, was too great an opportunity to pass up.

“The album will always hold a really special place in our hearts.”

The line-up also includes Brit-Pop favourites Ocean Colour Scene, Girl From Mars, rockers Ash, recently resurgent 90’s hit makers Sleeper and local Leeds outfit Cud.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, November 17, at

Residents local to Kirkstall Abbey with postcodes LS4, LS5, LS13, LS18 are entitled to an exclusive 48-hour pre-sale ahead of tickets being released on general sale.

To purchase postcode pre-sale tickets, people can visit