After already adding further shows to their UK headline tour in November due to demand, Feeder can now announce someintimate instore shows for August (full dates below). To coincide with this announcement, Feeder have today shared new video for single ‘Daily Habit’.

WATCH VIDEO FOR ‘DAILY HABIT’ HERE: https://youtu.be/ngPXEfRrsYo

Feeder are in the midst of a resurgence, having scored consecutive Top 10 albums with 2016’s ‘All Bright Electric’ and the2017 ‘Best Of’. That renewed power continues with their tenth studio album ‘Tallulah’, which will be released on August 9thvia BELIEVE. ‘Tallulah’ was created during a particularly busy and productive period in the Feeder camp, with a new generation of fans emerging at shows and festivals in support of the ‘Best Of’ album. Its songs evolved very organically, with frontman Grant Nicholas writing on acoustic guitar and playing to his songwriting strengths. Producing with regular collaboratorTim Roe, Nicholas recorded the bulk of the material at his home studio in London.

Opening track ‘Youth’ erupts into life with a flood of melody reflecting the band’s live performances as Nicholas’s lyrics conjure images of a classic road trip. The album as a whole reflects Feeder’s pan-Atlantic influences, which meld the power of American alt-rock with the songcraft of the British indie scene.

“It’s a classic Feeder record,” says Nicholas“I just write the songs which feel natural to me, and I have a vision of each of them in my mind like a short film. I wanted to make a lot of the songs really adaptable. I didn’t want them to have be massively produced, I wanted them to also work in a stripped-back way.”

Highlights from ‘Tallulah’ include lead single ‘Fear Of Flying’. Contrasting dark verses with a skybound hook, it’s a prototypeFeeder anthem that echoes the likes of Sugar, Husker Du and Foo Fighters. Lyrically it’s a tight fictional narrative, delivered in a four-minute song.

“Everybody in music who has some success has a fear of the bubble bursting,” explains Nicholas“A lot of things that come with success aren’t always positive. I wrote it with a female rock star in mind, but it was based upon my own experiences of being in a band, and what you see when you’re hanging out with other bands. It also touches on being a band in the social media age. It’s not just about being reviewed by a certain magazine anymore, it’s about being reviewed by virtually anyone who wants to do so. It’s a whole different world out there for everyone, of any age.”

Other highlights include the strident ‘Blue Sky Blue, both openly honest and buoyantly optimistic, the Pavement-esque day-in-a-life tale of ‘Daily Habit’ and the corrosive metallic attack of ‘Kyoto’. The album closes in intimate fashion with ‘Lonely Hollow Days’, which feels close to Nicholas’s solo album ‘Yorktown Heights’ and ‘Black Clouds’ with a nod to his love of Nick Drake.

‘Tallulah’ will be available on a range of formats: Standard CD; Deluxe CD bound in a book-pack; LP on Heavyweight White Vinyl; a Limited Deluxe Picture Disc LP and a Pink and White Cassettes versions. The album is now available to pre-order from ADD LINK, and everyone who pre-orders the album by ADD DATE will receive a link to gain access to a pre-sale for the band’s headline tour in November. In addition, all pre-orders will also receive an instant download of ‘Fear of Flying’.

The ‘Tallulah’ tracklisting is:

1. ‘Youth’

2. ‘Blue Sky Blue’

3. ‘Daily Habit’

4. ‘Fear Of Flying’

5. ‘Rodeo’

6. ‘Tallulah’

7. ‘Shapes And Sounds’

8. ‘Guillotine’

9. ‘Kyoto’

10. ‘Kite’

11. ‘Windmill’

12. ‘Lonely Hollow Days’

Feeder’s upcoming UK shows are as below. Please see https://www.feederweb.com/ for a full list of international tour dates.


1st – London, Banquet Records

8th – London, Rough Trade EAST

9th – London, Rough Trade WEST

12th – Liverpool, Jacaranda

13th – Leeds, Crash Records

14th – Nottingham, Rough Trade

16th – Marlborough, Sound Knowledge

17th – Bristol, Rough Trade


1st – Portsmouth, Pyramids

2nd – Exeter, Great Hall

4th – Oxford, O2 Academy

5th – Norwich, UEA

7th – Leeds, Beckett University

8th – Cardiff, Great Hall

10th – Newcastle, O2 Academy

11th – Birmingham, O2 Institute

13th – Inverness, Ironworks

14th – Glasgow, Barrowland

16th – Manchester, Albert Hall

17th – Manchester Albert Hall

19th – Lincoln, Engine Room

20th – Nottingham, Rock City

22nd – London, Roundhouse

23rd – London Roundhouse

In addition, Feeder are also confirmed to play the following UK festivals;


6th – Coventry, Godiva Festival

14th – London, BST Hyde Park (with Robbie Williams)

28th – Bude, Leopalloza


11th – Enniskillen, Shoreline Festival

About RJ Frometa

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