Feeder (Grant Nicholas & Taka Hirose) announced their return last year after a four-year hiatus in glorious style, celebrating their highest chart position since 2008 with 9th record All Bright Electric. The record is a true statement of intent representing an even bigger, more exciting Feeder who found a fresh lease of life in making of the album, which became their 7th top 10 release with critics hailing it as up there with the band’s very best.
The third single ‘Another Day On Earth’ showcases the beauty of Nicholas’s songwriting prowess and gives a further refreshing insight into the sheer quality to be found on All Bright Electric. “The choices we make can change the rest of our lives” sings Nicholas, the song that is a fitting climax to an album that doesn’t so much announce Feeder’s return as bellow it from the rooftops.
Feeder first shot to fame when their debut EP Swim was released to huge critical acclaim in 1996. Since then they’ve had 25 Top 40 hits with the likes of ‘Feeling A Moment’, ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Just A Day’ and ’Buck Rogers’ and amassed over 5 million record sales along with 3 Platinum and 2 Gold Albums.
Following 14 incredible SOLD OUT dates last year, including a very special show at London’s Roundhouse, Feeder announce their second installment of UK shows in support of All Bright Electric. The 10 date tour will start in Liverpool on 24th March, and finish in York on 6th April, seeing the band revisit some of their biggest hits whilst also performing new fan favourites from the album.
Frontman Grant Nicholas commented: “We are really pleased to be announcing the second leg of the UK All Bright Electric Tour. Last year’s shows were some of our most enjoyable to date and the support for the album from everyone has been amazing. See you on the road.”
Watch the video for ‘Eskimo’ below:
Plus support from DARLIA
It’s been two years since Darlia released mini-album Petals. Now the Blackpool outfit are back and determined to make their mark last, with new single ‘Ballad of Black and White’.
Watch the video for ‘Ballad of Black and White’ below: