Feeder Crown Themselves

Feeder will crown a memorable year with a new single, only available at their UK arena shows and online.

A brand new version of 'Comfort In Sound', the title track from the band's platinum selling fourth album, has been remixed by Mark 'Spike' Stent (Oasis, Madonna). The multimedia single also contains a video for the track, a 'Comfort In Sound' ringtone and an arena tour brochure – all exclusive to this release.

'Comfort In Sound' will be available to buy at the band's tour dates in December. Fans will also be able to download the new version of the song from 15th December from link, along with all of the exclusive extras. Tour dates follow.

December 2003

Saturday 6th Glasgow SECC

Monday 8th Birmingham NIA

Wednesday 10th London Wembley Arena

Thursday 11th Bournemouth International Centre

(Shows promoted by CPL, Clear Channel, SJM, Metropolis and PVC)

Tickets are £15 for shows in Glasgow, Birmingham and Bournemouth, and £17.50 in London (plus booking fee). All tickets available at link

Feeder will also release an SACD version of the album 'Comfort In Sound' on 15th December.

Feeder's momentous 2003:

In February and March, Feeder played to over 60,000 fans on a sold out national tour. Subsequently, the band played arenas of Europe with Coldplay and competed successful set of North American dates – their first for four years. Feeder's summer featured performances at Move, T In The Park, and continued with performances at Slane Castle, the headlining slot of the NME stage at V2003 and a string of shows in Europe with REM.

Both Feeder's fourth album 'Comfort In Sound' and its predecessor 'Echo Park' have achieved platinum status (over 300,000 copies sold) in the UK this year. 'Comfort In Sound's success (it has currently sold approaching 500,000 copies), buoyed by this year's massive airplay singles 'Just The Way I'm Feeling', 'Forget About Tomorrow' and 'Find The Colour', has indelibly burnt the band onto the British public's consciousness, a fact further cemented by the band's fast-selling first ever arena tour. It is plain to see that 2003 will be remembered as the year during which Feeder truly became a national treasure.

Share this!