Following the recent release of their new single ‘English Weather’, FEET will embark on their first UK and Irish headline line tour later this month, taking their hugely entertaining live show on the road for 12 dates that kick off in Portsmouth on 27th February, finishing in Dublin on 15th March.
The band are currently in the studio for the final weeks of recording for their debut album, joined by producer Cam Blackwood (Jamie T, London Grammar, Billie Marten. George Ezra).
The first fruit of those sessions - ‘English Weather’ - was released last month to great acclaim and the band were featured as Jack Saunders' Next Wave on his Radio 1 show last night. Listen back to frontman Jeep’s interview live on air here.
‘English Weather’ was written by the band during the ‘Barn Sessions’, as they’ve come to be known. In-between festivals and shows last summer, the band set up their live kit, and lived in an actual working barn in the middle of a farm in Bedfordshire. Camping out, hanging out with local farmers and living off the land for 6 weeks, the band spent all day and night writing and rehearsing a slew of new songs, which will make up their debut. To thank the farmers and locals for their ‘patience’, the band ended their time at the barn, by playing a full set of songs for them in a field – the inaugural ‘FEET-FEST’?
Listen to ‘English Weather’ - BELOW: