Feeder head back to Leeds with Best Of album tour

Just over a year since they released their latest album, All Bright Electric, FEEDER will be dropping a Best Of album later this month, with a huge UK tour to follow next Spring.


The band are celebrating 21 years since the release of their debut EP Swim with a compilation featuring 36 (!!!) singles across the different formats, as well as album cuts, B-Sides and a new nine-track mini-album, Arrows, which features on the deluxe versions of the album.

Following Grant Nicholas’ solo albums, and Feeder’s latest album, the frontman says he feels re-invigorated, and in the best creative space of his life.

“I remember sitting in a classroom at school aged 11 drawing pictures of flying V guitars and dreaming of being in a band, a band that could fill arenas and stadiums.

“The dream came true and here I am 25 years later with Feeder and still riding the rock and roll train. It’s hard to believe that Swim, the first mini album, was released 21 years ago. It feels like yesterday.”

Feeder are heading out on tour next March – their biggest in over a decade – with a set packed with all their hits >>

Wednesday, March 7 – O2 Academy Bristol
Thursday, March 8 – The Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich
Saturday, March 10 – Manchester Academy
Sunday, March 11 – Barrowland, Glasgow
Tuesday, March 13 – O2 Academy Leeds 
Wednesday, March 14 – O2 Academy Birmingham
Friday, March 16 – Rock City, Nottingham
Saturday, March 17 – O2 Academy Brixton, London

If their recent festival appearances at Kendal Calling and Bingley Music Live this summer are anything to go by, it’s going to be a total blast.

Tickets are on sale this Friday. With each ticket bought, Feeder are giving away a free download – a re-recording of My Perfect Day from 1997’s Polythene album.

Check out Feeder’s new tune Veins, taken from Arrows, below >>

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