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Feeder / New Slang

Thursday 28th September at New Slang, 9:00pm

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The night before the release of The Best Of, Feeder play at New Slang.

With an impressive career spanning over 21 years, the legendary and influential band will play in Kingston at New Slang for the first time. You'll know them for their undeniably adored songs such as Feeling A Moment, Day in Day Out, Come Back Around, Just The Way I'm Feeling, Borders and of course the massive hits Just A Day and Buck Rogers. Their new greatest hits album doesn't just contain older tracks though, they've also included 9 new songs to mark the 21 years since the release of their mini album Swim. We're excited to share and celebrate this special moment in their career with them.

“I remember sitting in a classroom at school aged 11 drawing pictures of flying V guitars and dreaming of being in a band, a band that could fill arenas and stadiums,”remembers vocalist Grant Nicholas. “The dream came true and here I am 25 years later with Feeder and still riding the rock and roll train. It’s hard to believe that Swim, the first mini album, was released 21 years ago. It feels like yesterday.”

After the show, it's New Slang as usual where you can expect to hear the likes of The Cribs, Liam Gallagher, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Courteeners, Maximo Park and many more until 2AM.

Times are planned as doors at 9:00pm with Feeder on stage at 10:30pm.

Albums+Tickets are available from £15 or tickets are available separately here.

Please Note: The Hippodrome is an 18+ venue. Valid PHOTO ID will be required.

New Slang is held at The Hippodrome, 1 St James Road, Kingston, KT1 2AH

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