Feeder pull out of T In The Park

Trio are forced to cancel as their frontman Grant Nicholas has been struck down with laryngitis

Feeder pull out of T In The Park

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Feeder have been forced to pull out of T In The Park today (July 6).

The trio, who were due to perform on the Radio 1/NME Stage at the Scottish festival, have been forced to pull out as their frontman Grant Nicholas has contracted laryngitis.

Speaking about their pull-out, Nicholas said: "I'm absolutely gutted to have to pull out of these shows and my sincere apologies go out to all our fans attending."

He continued: "I have an infection and my doctor has diagnosed me with laryngitis, so performing this weekend is not an option. If I did, I'd badly damage my voice. We’ll miss the ever-brilliant Scottish crowd, especially as they're so up for it, but we're now looking forward to coming back to Glasgow for the 'Generation Freakshow' tour in November."

Snow Patrol, New Order and Florence And The Machine are all set to play T In The Park today, with the Northern Irish band headlining.

Tinie Tempah will headline the NME/Radio 1 Stage, with Professor Green, Olly Murs, The Temper Trap also set to play before on the bill.

New Order headline the festival's Slam Tent, with The Cribs, Labrinth, Miike Snow, Dot Rotten, Cher Lloyd and The Blackout also booked to play across the day. You can watch NME's video guide to the six must-see bands at T In The Park by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

NME.COM is coming live from T In The Park this weekend.

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