Feeder

Feeder announce single ‘Borders’, deluxe edition Christmas double-vinyl package, plus exclusive headline tour ticket upgrade.

Special Golden Ticket Upgrade open to all ticket buyers; come to soundcheck and meet Feeder at one of their November headline dates

Single ‘Borders’ released November 19th on Big Teeth Music

Special Christmas deluxe edition double-vinyl package of albums ‘Generation Freakshow’ and ‘Renegades’, gift-wrapped with a card signed by the band, available exclusively via www.recordstore.co.uk

Feeder - Generation Freakshow

To end what has been a brilliant year for Feeder, the band celebrate by embarking on a large-venue headline UK tour, at which ticket-buying-fans can win the chance too meet the band and gain exclusive access to the soundcheck, before enjoying one of what are set to be a jubilant, landmark set of gigs.

Plus, on November 19th Feeder present the single ‘Borders’, taken from ‘Generation Freakshow’ their acclaimed 8th studio album. A classic and invigorating rock anthem dedicated to freedom and escape, ‘Borders’ is bolstered with Feeder’s trademark; irrepressible choruses and huge tidal wave guitars.

If all that wasn’t enough, the band are releasing a deluxe, special edition double-vinyl package of (their last two albums) ‘Renedages’ and ‘Generation Freakshow’, which comes gift-wrapped with a hand-signed Christmas card from Feeder, AKA Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose.

They headline the following venues this November with support bands Fatherson, Sound of Guns, The Boy Royals and The Virginmarys, The Futures and Straight Lines. More details TBA shortly.

17th November O2 Academy, Glasgow
18th November Manchester Academy
20th November Portsmouth Guildhall
21st November Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
23rd November O2 Academy, Brixton

“Effortlessly excellent” The Times

“Feeder back to their best” Classic Rock

“Right now, they feel like a band with a weight lifted off their shoulders, revelling in playing to their many strengths” Evening Standard

“Feeders’ worst song is superior to many other bands best. The quality never dips below the level of considered craftsmanship” Kerrang!

“Britain’s answer to the Foo Fighters” Rock Sound

“There’s something touchingly familiar about Feeder’s refusal to attempt any wheel reinvention… the same mix of crashing strings and driving power chords that made ‘Yesterday Went Too Soon’ a classic” NME

“Songs which are undoubtedly headed for an airwave near you soon, Feeder never seem to disappear from our lives for too long, which is exactly how we like it” Clash

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