October 10, 2006 17:11

Feeder to play third charity gig

The three-piece also reveal support act details

Feeder to play third charity gig
Feeder have added a third date to their forthcoming charity shows in London.

The Welsh three-piece will play a second night at the Roundhouse in Camden on November 7 in addition to their sold out show at the venue the previous night and The Coronet in Elephant & Castle on November 9.

The band have also confirmed that The Young Knives, Boy Kill Boy and Larrikin Love will be supporting them across the three dates in aid of War Child, the charity organisation which provides aid to children whose lives have been devastated in war-ravaged countries.

Feeder were prompted to organise the gigs after making a trip earlier this year to the Democratic Republic of Congo with the charity.

Singer Grant Nicholas said: “As fathers we fully appreciate the scale of the job that War Child have undertaken and we are very pleased that once again we can join with them to hopefully make a considerable amount of money for those that we met in DRC.

"We are also very excited to be playing at two legendary London venues and having the opportunity to bring along some of our friends to help raise funds and really make a difference."

For ticket availabity go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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