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Feeder - 'Idaho'

Guys, give it up already...

Tasty as Feeder bassist Taka Hirose’s Japanese food range is (true story – and props to Taka’s PR for the free grub sent to the NME office last week), it really is time these feckless wankers fucked off for good, innit? ‘Idaho’, then: it’s a drivetime paean to life on the road and all the frivolity that comes with it. We can imagine it now… actually, we can’t. What do Feeder get up to on tour? Cross-stitching? Marker-pen tattooing? Endless reruns of Man Vs Food? Mmm food… more katsu please, Taka. The usual address will do just fine.

Matt Wilkinson

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