Feeder entered the official UK charts last week with album Tallulah at #4, a significant achievement for this Iconic British band, securing their highest album entry for 13 years and certifying their musical longevity.
“The feedback since the release of Tallulah has only reinforced our belief in Feeder and its been pretty overwhelming for us. The response and positivity from the fans and media has been huge. Thank you everyone x” said Feeder.
Today, Feeder release the new music video for single Blue Sky Blue, an emotional anthem penned by Nicholas with his distinctive vocals holding court over big percussion and guitar melodies whilst he sings the uplifting chorus; “Sometimes we get it wrong…Sometimes we get it right.”
Feeder are in the midst of a resurgence, having scored consecutive Top 10 albums with 2016’s All Bright Electric and the 2017 Best Of. That renewed power continues with their tenth studio album Tallulah. 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 collaborator Tim Roe, Nicholas recorded the bulk of the material at his home studio in London.
Tallulah is available now 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.
To celebrate the album, Feeder will be playing a host of UK and international shows including a stop at Leeds Beckett University on 7 November. Please see https://www.feederweb.com/ for a full list of tour dates.