Multi-platinum selling indie pop rockers The Feeling will close their greatest hits tour in Southampton next spring. 

The chart-toppers have announced the tour, alongside new album Live in London, as they celebrate two decades together.

The tour, which draws to a close at Engine Rooms on Saturday May 18 2024, will see the band take to stages across the UK, treating fans to their chart-topping classics and iconic hits.

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Kicking off on Friday May 3 at Rock City in Nottingham, the band are promising an unforgettable musical journey through their illustrious career.

Tickets for all the tour dates have gone on sale today.

The Feeling frontman Dan Gillespie-Sells said: "We've poured our hearts and souls into creating music that resonates with people. This tour and album are our way of celebrating that connection with our fans and reliving the moments that have defined us as a band."

Emerging from the heart of the noughties music scene, The Feeling's meteoric rise saw them dominate the charts, achieving four UK Top 10 hits and weeks at the top of the UK singles charts, as well as success stateside.

The tour is billed as a celebration of two decades of musical excellence and a chance for fans to relive the magic that made The Feeling one of the most unforgettable bands of their time.

Fans in 12 cities across the UK can look forward to hearing their favourite anthems, including hits like Fill My Little World, Sewn, Love It When You Call, and many more.

The Feeling's debut album Twelve Stops and Home, released in 2006, began an incredible musical journey. Their second album, the chart-topper Join With Us was followed by a Pyramid Stage appearance at Glastonbury. 

From playing at arenas to captivating audiences in the USA and gracing the stage at Wembley Stadium, The Feeling's star has continued to shine bright.

The signature line-up of lead vocalist Dan Gillespie-Sells, bass guitarist Richard Jones, instrumental virtuosos Kevin and Ciaran Jeremiah on guitar and keyboard, and drummer Paul Stewart, remain intact.

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