EMBRACE have announced plans for a UK tour of secret gigs.
Mystery-shrouded shows are in addition to a three-month UK tour, which started with a gig at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.
The Brighouse band are riding high in the charts with their new single, Gravity.
Released on August 30, it went straight in at number seven in Sunday's top 40.
The band performed a secret gig on August 15 at Bradley Woods Scout Hut, near Brighouse, the home town of singer Danny McNamara and his brother, Richard, the band's guitarist.
On August 26, police forced them to cut short an illegal gig in London's Leicester Square.
A crowd of 500 had watched the five-song acoustic set.
The secret tour will start on September 24.
Anyone wanting to attend the gigs should log on to www.secretgig.com
A password is needed - which can be obtained by clicking on the link to the Embrace messageboard and asking fellow fans.
Once into the website, fans must enter their names and mobile phone numbers.
They will be notified of the exact times and places of gigs on the day of the event.
The gigs will be free, but fans are asked to bring along a copy of Embrace's new album, Out of Nothing, which the band will be happy to sign.
It is Embrace's first album for three years and heralds a comeback for the band. Out of Nothing will be released next Monday.
Gravity is the first single from the album.
Embrace performed the track, written by Danny's friend and Coldplay singer Chris Martin, on CD:UK on Saturday.
Fans can also win one of 25 pairs of tickets to see Embrace at Liverpool's Cavern Club on October 6.
To enter the competition, or for more Embrace information, visit www.embrace.co.uk