Following the success of their tenth studio album Tallulah, and an exceptionally received UK tour culminating with two sold out shows at the Roundhouse in London, which the Daily Star described as a “Stunning & heartfelt homecoming…a spectacular finale to a tour which proved the band are back at their best”, due to demand Feeder have announced a further six dates in April 2020.
Frontman Grant Nicholas and bass player Taka Hirose started work on the new record after the huge success of 2017’s Best Of album. Fans and media alike looked back at their 25 year career with an affection seldom maintained for modern artists. After looking to their past for the compilation, ‘Tallulah’ was a chance to find a fresh path for the group and open a bold new chapter in the ever moving world of Feeder. The album entered the UK charts at number four in August 19, their highest charting release in over ten years.
The tour in November, their biggest in ten years saw the band perform new tracks such as first single ‘Fear of Flying’ – classic Nicholas song-writing contrasting dark verses with a skybound hooks, the melodious “Youth”, strident ‘Blue Sky Blue’, Pavement-esque ‘Daily Habit’ alongside classic hits such as ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Lost & Found’ and their breakthrough hit ‘Buck Rogers’.
These dates in April 20 carry the party into a new decade, one sure to see Feeder gathering new and old friends alike with them.
Thursday 16 April – Bexhill On Sea, De La Warr Pavilion
Friday 17 April – Bournemouth, O2 Academy*
Saturday 18 April – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Thursday 23 April – Bristol, O2 Academy*
Friday 24 April – Liverpool, O2 Academy*
Saturday 25 April – Leicester, O2 Academy*