Feeder to make a rocking return after four-year break

PUBLISHED: 15:00 14 July 2016




Rock band Feeder are set to rock the O2 Academy in Bristol later this year after celebrating the release of their ninth album.

The band return after a four-year break, with lead singer and songwriter Grant Nicholas having focused on solo projects.

But now he is back and the band are playing a host of dates around the UK to mark the return.

This is a chance to see a British success story perform live. Nicholas says he is now in ‘the best creative space of his life’.

The band are not short of success, having scored 25 top 40 hits, including Just The Way I’m Feeling and Just A Day.

Fresh from performing at the huge Isle of Wight festival, the band are to return to do what they do best – perform live.

They played a huge show in Hyde Park to celebrate the 2012 Olympics, illustrating their calibre on the music scene.

Feeder will be at the O2 Academy, in Frogmore Street, Bristol, at 7pm on October 10.

Tickets, priced £25.31, are available from www.academymusicgroup.com/o2academybristol

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