Feeder have announced yet more live dates for 2012, they'll now be heading out on a brief tour in November that will wind up with a Brixton Academy gig on the 23rd.
Feeder tickets for these November gigs will be available on Aloud.com FROM 9am on Friday March 23rd.
Feeder is an alternative rock band formed in Wales in 1991 with original members Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Lee. Their debut album Polythene was released in 1997, ranking in the UK Top 75 and heralding critical acclaim. This paved the way for their second album Yesterday Went Too Soon in 1999 which reached a similar success with fans and critics. With the single Buck Rogers in 2001 however, they rose to mainstream success, with frequent radio airplay and hoards of fans at their live performances.
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A massive setback occurred in 2002 when drummer Jon Lee committed suicide in his home in Miami. However the rest of the band continued on with Skunk Anansie drummer Mark Richardson, saying that quitting the band is not what Jon would have wanted. Following this they released their fourth studio album Comfort in Sound which spent 36 weeks on the Top 75 chart and received widespread acclaim.
Mark Richardson returned to Skunk Anansie in 2009, to be replaced with current Feeder drummer Karl Brazil.
Feeder have supported Red Hot Chili Peppers and Manic Street Preachers on huge tours, performed at massive festivals including Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds and T in the Park and always put on a great show for their loyal fan base.
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Feeder performing Buck Rogers at Glastonbury Festival
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