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Following a hugely successful Big Top Headline slot at this summer’s Isle of Wight festival, British rock heroes Feeder have now announced their full live return to the UK and Ireland with a 14 date tour. With the band poised to announce their 9th studio album in the coming weeks, their first since 2012’s ‘Generation Freakshow’, it also heralds the bands live return following a 4 year hiatus.
Following lead singer/guitarist and chief songwriter Grant Nicholas’s recent, critically acclaimed solo releases ‘Yorktown Heights’ and ‘Black Clouds’, which saw Grant play a host of shows with a very different, ‘lo-fi’ line up, the Feeder frontman says he feels re-invigorated, and in the best creative space of his life.
Nicholas commented: 'We are really looking forward to getting out there on the road again and feel reborn after our break. Isle of Wight Festival reminded us how good it is to be back playing together, and the loyalty of our fans is truly immense. We’re back and really excited to let people hear these new songs'.
Since they began in 1992, Newport's Welsh rockers Feeder have sold over 5 million records. Always exhilarating, always celebratory, singles like ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Buck Rogers’ ‘Feeling A Moment’ and ‘Lost And Found’ are just some of the 25 hits the band have enjoyed over the years, along with nine studio albums, six of which reached the UK top 10. There have been various line-up changes along the way, but Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose remain the force to keep feeding their music hungry fans.
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A three piece alternative rock band from Devon whose music has been described as 'anthemic, epic stadium rock, fusing layers of strong but understated guitar lines with a twisting, indie-pop synth sound quietly driving the compositions'. “Supple, layered rock with a taste for the epic. Pulsating electro shadings subtly counter the dazed guitar and transcendent lyric” - The Daily Mirror
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