The follow-up to 'Comfort In Sound' is in the pipeline - but there's some arena dates to prepare for first...

FEEDER‘s GRANT NICHOLAS has revealed that he has started work on writing the band’s next album.

Nicholas said that although his main priority is making their forthcoming arena tour in December a success, he has already begun writing the follow-up to ‘Comfort In Sound’.

“It’s early days. What songs I’ve written now will end up there I don’t know, but I’ve got about 15 or 20,” he said.


“For me it comes in bursts. I can write five back to back and then I won’t write one for a month or something. It just depends,” he told Radio 1. “But when I’m inspired I find it all comes almost too quickly. So you need to capture it… but I just carry round like a dictaphone and just put stuff on there and then come back to it.”

The frontman admitted however that the creative bursts do not always produce good songs: “I’ve got some great stuff I’ve found, and I’ve got some absolute rubbish. But you often find stuff which you often started writing after you had two bottles of wine and you think ‘What the hell is that?”

As previously reported on NME.COM, the Feeder UK arena tour will call at four venues throughout December.

The dates are:

Glasgow SECC (December 6)

Birmingham NIA (8)


Wembley Arena (10)

Bournemouth International Centre (11)

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