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Feeder have announced their eleventh studio album ‘Torpedo’, due out on 18 March 2022.

The multi-platinum selling alternative rock band have also revealed the record’s title track.

LISTEN TO ‘TORPEDO’ HERE:

The Welsh rockers have achieved three consecutive UK Top 10 albums to date, including 2016s ‘All Bright Electric’, 2017s ‘Best Of’ and 2019s ‘Tallulah’.

They will be hitting the road on tour in spring 2022 in support of their forthcoming release.

The band’s Grant Nicholas commented, “After the frustration of not being able to perform live I really wanted to come back with a bang and a classic heavier but melodic Feeder song. All the emotion and frustration just caused a creative wave. Dynamically and musically Torpedo felt like the obvious choice for us to drop first. The chorus has a thread of positivity that brings light to the darker verses.

We are really looking forward to going out on the road again and playing the new album material. This will be the heaviest Feeder set we’ve played in a while so can’t wait. We may revisit some heavier old school Feeder classics also and touch on some Renegades and All Bright electric stuff.”

Feeder 2022 UK Tour Dates:

Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion, 23 April
Oxford O2 Academy, 24
Southampton O2 Guildhall, 26
Bristol O2 Academy, 27
Manchester Academy, 29
Glasgow Barrowland, 30
Newcastle University SU, 02 May
Nottingham Rock City, 03
Birmingham O2 Institute, 05
London O2 Academy Brixton, 06

Tickets on sale Friday (03 September) at 10am from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

Feeder ‘Torpedo’ Full Album Tracklisting:

The Healing
Torpedo
When It All Breaks Down
Magpie
Hide And Seek
Decompress
Wall Of Silence
Slow Strings
Born To Love You
Submission
Desperate Hour (Exclusive CD track)

Image Credit: Steve Gullick

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