Feeder at the Pyramids

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Strolling out to Ennio Morricone’s The Good The Bad an d The Ugly theme, Feeder come prepped to quick draw a bucket load of feel-good anthems to a sold out Pyramids Centre.

That’s one of the best things about the UK rock quartet. They have a frankly absurd amount of sing-a-long tunes and the vast majority of them get an airing tonight. Bands who have been touring for a long time tend to omit some of the classics, but not our Feeder. If you don’t find yourself singing your heart out to Just A Day, Just The Way I’m Feeling and Lost & Found, among many others, then you must have been living under a rock for the past 20 years.

Along with the classics, tunes from current album Renegades make an appearance. Call Out and Down To The River stand up very well against anthemic singles like Buck Rogers and Come Back Around, proving that the band can still make hit singles like they used to.

They even throw Breed, a Nirvana cover, in at the end of the set for good measure. Feeder are Portsmouth regulars and, judging by the crowd reaction, they’ll be gasping for them to come back soon.