FEEDER today reveal the video to their brand new track ‘Eskimo’. It’s the second single from their stunning new studio album ‘All Bright Electric’ which will be released via Cooking Vinyl on 7th October 2016.
Speaking about ‘Eskimo’, Feeder’s frontman Grant Nicholas commented: “Eskimo is a song about a journey of self discovery. We are always looking for the right path in life in which to take and are often casualties of our own misguidance and inner demons. Temptation is never far way.”
On the video, Grant added: “We really wanted a trippy, almost psychedelic style video to capture the groove and darker spirit of the song; a modern twist on the 60’s psychedelia imagery with the band more in silhouette. Retro but still current in some way.”
Eskimo was masterminded by Manchester based film production company Sitcom Soldiers, who have made videos for the likes of Johnny Marr, Of Mice and Men, Young Guns to name just a few.
FEEDER first shot to fame when their debut EP ‘Swim’ was released to huge critical acclaim in 1996. Since then they’ve had 25 Top 40 hits with the likes of ‘Feeling A Moment, ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Just A Day’ and ‘Buck Rogers’ and amassed over 5 million record sales along with 3 Platinum and 2 Gold Albums.
FEEDER’s autumn tour will see the band revisit some of their biggest hits whilst also performing tracks from their forthcoming – and long-awaited – new studio album ‘All Bright Electric’.
FEEDER kick off their tour at O2 ABC Glasgow on September 28th and visit a number of the UK’s best-loved venues such as the O2 Ritz in Manchester, London’s Roundhouse and Nottingham Rock City before concluding at The Lemon Grove in Exeter on the 20th October. There are now only minimal tickets available for the bands first tour in four years, with many of the venues due to sell out this week, and only a handful now left for London.
JUST ANNOUNCED: FEEDER have been specially invited to headline the entertainment for
the biggest night in Super League, the First Utility Super League Grand Final which takes place at the Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford on Saturday 8 October. The band’s set will be performed to over 75,000 people and also aired live on Sky Sports.
THE 2016 UK DATES ARE AS FOLLOWS
28th 02 ABC Glasgow
30th Loopallu Festival Ullapool
1st Newcastle Uni Newcastle
3rd O2 Ritz Manchester
4th O2 Institute Birmingham
6th The UEA Norwich
8th Old Trafford Stadium Manchester
[headlining the RFL Grand Final 2016 entertainment]
9th Beckett University Leeds
10th O2 Academy Bristol
12th Roundhouse London
13th Pyramids Portsmouth
14th Rock City Nottingham
16th Academy Dublin
17th Limelight Belfast
19th Trashed Cardiff
20th The Lemon Grove Exeter [SOLD OUT]