An infectious combination of hooks, imaginative lyrics and dark verses…

The infectious combination of hooks, imaginative lyrics and dark verses are key components in Feeder’s output, and ‘Tallulah’ is a celebration of that.

With a natural approach to song writing, this new material is stripped-back without a massive focus on production.

Echoing iconic bands such as Foo Fighters and Hüsker Dü, the band’s life-long love of North American rock is pronounced on ‘Youth’ and ‘Fear Of Flying’.

The satisfying Pavement-like feel of ‘Daily Habit’ creates a contrast to the metallic sensation of ‘Kyoto’.

‘Tallulah’ is classic Feeder, and it is hard to think of anything more fitting for a 10th album.


Words: Susan Hansen

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