Welsh alternative indie rock band Feeder, whose 18 year career has garnered them “Best British Live Act” and “Best British Band” awards from rock magazine Kerrang!, played Brixton Academy last Friday (23/11). Andy Crossland’s camera caught these shots for you. Photos © A. Crossland/Live4ever Media
Feeder will take to the road in the UK next month for a five-date tour.
Perennial festival favourites Feeder have been forced to cancel their planned appearance at this weekend’s T In The Park as frontman Grant Nicholas has fallen ill.
While the title ‘Generation Freakshow‘ conjures up images of, well, chaos, the latest Feeder album is less a snapshot of the generational zeitgeist than a whistle-stop tour of the band’s back catalogue.
There’s little to differentiate this, their eighth studio album, from the output the Feeder boys have been producing since their formation over 20 years ago, which is to say the songs here showcase good ol’ fashioned rock, with a generous emphasis on the trio’s pop sensibilities.
The unique venue of Chester Racecourse hosts the first ever Chester Rocks event on the 2nd and 3rd of July, covering two days of music with a line-up to entertain both the family and regular gig-goer.
Here you’ll find all the latest news from this week’s UK Indie Album and Singles Charts, as well as Live4ever’s highlights taken from some of our featured tours going on in a major city near you over the next 7 days.
Popstar Kylie Minogue is on top of this week’s Album chart with her comeback record ‘Aphrodite‘, while Oasis’ singles collection ‘Time Flies‘ and Mumford & Sons’ ‘Sigh No More‘ hold on to top ten spots. Outside the top ten, rock trio Feeder’s new album ‘Renegades‘ is a new entry at #16 and Manchester’s I Am Kloot debuts at #24 with ‘Sky At Night‘.
Pop group JLS lead this week’s Singles chart with their track ‘The Club Is Alive‘.
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