- Summary: The fifth studio release for the veteran UK rock trio fronted by Grant Nicholas comes three years after the suicide of the band's drummer, Jon Lee.
- Record Label: Echo
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative
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10This album was my second favourite of all time, behind only Silent Cry (I'm a massive Feeder fan). Feeling A Moment is pure brilliance, whenever I'm feeling seriously down I put that on and the world seems far, far better, despite it's bittersweet lyrics. I love every song on the album, but I agree that Tumble and Fall should not have been the lead single because it's just not upbeat enough, and Pain on Pain and Dove Grey Sands are a bit dull but still great. There are songs on this that sound like Keane and Coldplay, but Feeder actually started years before both of them and they have gone through many styles, even on this album alone, so there's only a few songs with those similarities.… Expand
DanD5A very disapointing album given the succes of echo park and comfort in sound. it starts very promising with its opening track. Then the only track that is worth listening to is pushing the senses, a top song with great catchy riffs and melody. Feeder with this album have tried to diverse from something which did not need to be altered. feeder are renoun for good hard brittish rock and roll. The biggest thing that springs to mind when listening to this album, is why change something… Expand
NickD1Radio-friendly FM rock for those who find Doves and Elbow too harrowing and upbeat. Feeder used to be a rock band, and a good rock band. Unfortunately, this is pedestrian shite, lacking in the hooks that made them a great band, in fact lacking any charm whatsoever. Feeder are dying.… Expand