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FEEDER have upgraded two venues on their UK tour due to the chart success of their recent single ‘BUCK ROGERS’.
‘Buck Rogers’ was Feeder’s biggest chart hit to date, entering the UK Top 40 at Number Five. As a result, the band’s proposed show at the Norwich Waterfront has now been shifted to the larger UEA, while their Manchester show has been moved from the MDH to the adjacent Manchester Academy.
Tickets for both shows remain valid for the larger venues and tickets are still available for all the other dates on the tour.
Feeder’s UK tour now calls at: Cardiff Coal Exchange (March 2)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (3)
Norwich UEA (4)
Sheffield Leadmill (9)
Manchester Academy (10)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (11)
For tickets ring the NME 24-Hour Ticketline on 0870 1 663663. Calls are charged at national standard rate.
It is expected that the group’s third album, ‘Echo Park’, will be released in April.