Feeder reschedule UK tour

New dates for 2006 after singer fell ill

Feeder have rescheduled the dates for their UK tour which was postponed earlier this week due to illness.

The band will now hit the road in March 2006.

As previously reported on NME.COM, at Friday’s (December 2) Brighton Centre gig singer Grant Nicholas was forced to leave the stage halfway through the band’s set due to a problem with his throat.

He has seen a specialist and has been diagnosed with a severe throat infection, which has resulted in bleeds on his vocal chords. He has been advised not to sing for the foreseeable future.

Ticket holders for the postponed Birmingham NEC (December 4) and London Hammersmith Apollo (5-6) shows have been advised to hold on to their tickets – which will be valid for the new dates.

Brighton ticket holders will be re-issued with a new ticket by post this year.

Any tickets holders unable to attend the new dates are advised to return their tickets before January 31 to the point of sale or relevant box office for a refund.

Feeder will now play:

London Hammersmith Apollo (March 21-22)

Brighton Centre (24)

Birmingham NEC (25)

For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.