ALBUM REVIEW: Feeder – Tallulah | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 09.08.19






If you’re a fan of Feeder and you’re feeling nostalgic, you’re in luck. The band’s latest album, Tallulah, is a rocky compilation of tracks laced with pacey, clean guitar riffs and strong bass undertones. This is innovation within Feeder familiarity, intertwined with a pathos that evokes fond memories of happier times.

Grant Nicholas’ distinct vocals are as smooth as ever, soaring seamlessly over Taka Hirose’s rocky, bass rhythms. Between opening track Youth, a Don Henley-esc summertime classic, and closing acoustic number Lonely Hollow Days, lies an album of classic Feeder – look out for the jubilant Kite, in particular. Tallulah is a feast for fans new and old. If you’re looking to bookend a road trip, look no further.


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