FEEDER

FEEDER

LAMC Productions is stoked to announce that chartbusting and seasoned Welsh Rock band, FEEDER, will bring their reinvigorated performance to Singapore on 14 September, 2019, Saturday, at The Pavilion @ Far East Square!
With their whopping success over the years, Feeder is more than ready to come full circle and rock Singapore with their newest album – Tallulah – an evidence of their revitalized energy with its snappy, expertly produced, and utterly organic songs!
Formed in 1994, Feeder has released numerous studio albums, compilations, and singles to date. At their peak of commercial success, Feeder bagged two Kerrang! Awards - Best British Live Act in 2001 and Best British Band in 2003. The band garnered media attention in 2001 for their third album, Echo Park, and its lead single, "Buck Rogers", which later became a United Kingdom (UK) top five single. In 2004, Feeder appeared in The BRIT Awards’ ‘Best British Rock’ category, before making their appearance in the charts that same year as part of a charity ensemble, which became the year's biggest-selling UK single.
At the end of 2006, Feeder ranked as one of UK's most successful chart acts of the past 50 years. And between 2010 - 2017, the band charted four more top 20 albums and has headlined a lot of major venues in UK, such as Wembley Arena and Birmingham National Indoor Arena, among others. 
True enough, Feeder remains unstoppable as ‘Tallulah’ opens a bold new chapter, one that thirsts for fresh challenges. ‘There’s a chemistry that you have when you’re a younger band which is kind of a magical time,’ Grant says. ‘And if you can maintain some of that chemistry 20 years later and do it in a natural way then I think that’s a really good thing.
Catch Feeder’s rip-roaring performance and gear up for a terrific rock experience!

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