Feeder Announce Summer Festivals 2012 & Academy Tour

19 Mar 2012
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Feeder Announce Summer Festivals 2012 & Academy Tour

Feeder Announce Summer Festivals 2012 & Academy Tour

Hot on the heels of the amazing reception to their recent sold out live dates and forthcoming album, Feeder announce a string of huge UK dates for November 2012. Culminating in a show at O2 Academy Brixton, the tour takes in five dates across the country. The band are also confirmed for Isle of Wight, T In The Park and Sonsiphere festivals.

Clearly rising towards a new career peak, 2012 is shaping up to be a big year for the band. Having already sold out a UK tour in January in support of their single 'Borders', Feeder are gearing up for the release of their eighth album 'Generation Freakshow', out April 23rd. The response to the new songs at recent live shows has signalled great things for the album, as has the 500,000 views on YouTube for the 'Borders' video.

'Generation Freakshow' takes the heavier elements of Feeder's previous album 'Renegades' and marries it to the anthemic rock of their much-loved hits. In their career, which spans over two decades, the band have racked up over 25 hit singles, sold in excess of five million records, and released a double platinum singles collection.

Tickets go on presale at 9am on Wednesday 21st March. Tickets go on general sale on Friday 23rd March.

Friday 22nd June Isle of Wight Festival

Friday 6th July T In The Park, Scotland

Saturday 7th July Sonisphere, Knebworth

Friday 27th July Kendal Calling, Cumbria

Saturday 17th November O2 Academy, Glasgow

Sunday 18th November Manchester Academy

Tuesday 20th November Portsmouth Guildhall

Wednesday 21st November Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

Friday 23rd November O2 Academy, Brixton

Monday 23rd April New album 'Generation Freakshow'

Sunday 29th April New single 'Children of the Sun'


MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.feederweb.com/spash



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