Feeder are in the midst of a resurgence, having scored consecutive Top 10 albums with 2016's All Bright Electric and the 2017 Best Of. That renewed power continues with their tenth studio album Tallulah. Tallulah is perhaps the band's most creative yet also concise record, an album that takes real chances while remaining committed to their punk-edged melodies and crisp song construction. Opening track Youth erupts into life with a flood of melody reflecting the band's live performances as Nicholas's lyrics conjure images of a classic road trip. The album as a whole reflects Feeder's pan-Atlantic influences, which meld the power of American alt-rock with the songcraft of the British indiescene. Other highlights include the strident Blue Sky Blue, both openly honest and buoyantly optimistic, the Pavement-esque day-in-a-life tale of Daily Habit and the corrosive metallic attack of Kyoto.
Feeder are in the midst of a resurgence, having scored consecutive Top 10 albums with 2016's All Bright Electric and the 2017 Best Of. That renewed power continues with their tenth studio album Tallulah. Tallulah is perhaps the band's most creative yet also concise record, an album that takes real chances while remaining committed to their punk-edged melodies and crisp song construction. Opening track Youth erupts into life with a flood of melody reflecting the band's live performances as Nicholas's lyrics conjure images of a classic road trip. The album as a whole reflects Feeder's pan-Atlantic influences, which meld the power of American alt-rock with the songcraft of the British indiescene. Other highlights include the strident Blue Sky Blue, both openly honest and buoyantly optimistic, the Pavement-esque day-in-a-life tale of Daily Habit and the corrosive metallic attack of Kyoto.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 08/16/2019
UPC: 5052442015680

Tallulah [Import]
Artist: Feeder
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Youth
2. Blue Sky Blue
3. Daily Habit
4. Fear of Flying
5. Rodeo
6. Tallulah
7. Shapes and Sounds
8. Guillotine
9. Kyoto 1
10. Kite 1
11. Windmill 1
12. Lonely Hollow Days

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Feeder are in the midst of a resurgence, having scored consecutive Top 10 albums with 2016's All Bright Electric and the 2017 Best Of. That renewed power continues with their tenth studio album Tallulah. Tallulah is perhaps the band's most creative yet also concise record, an album that takes real chances while remaining committed to their punk-edged melodies and crisp song construction. Opening track Youth erupts into life with a flood of melody reflecting the band's live performances as Nicholas's lyrics conjure images of a classic road trip. The album as a whole reflects Feeder's pan-Atlantic influences, which meld the power of American alt-rock with the songcraft of the British indiescene. Other highlights include the strident Blue Sky Blue, both openly honest and buoyantly optimistic, the Pavement-esque day-in-a-life tale of Daily Habit and the corrosive metallic attack of Kyoto.