The Feeling’s Greatest Hits tour

Ivor Novello award-winning, multi-platinum selling indie-pop band. The Feeling is set to embark on their highly anticipated ‘Greatest Hits Tour’ as they celebrate two decades of musical excellence. 

The tour, which kicks off in May 2024, promises an unforgettable journey through the band’s illustrious career, treating fans to chart-topping classics and iconic hits.

Scottish singer-songwriter Callum Beattie known for hits like ‘Salamander Street’ and ‘Heart Stops Beating,’ and the dynamic pop/rock group Daytime TV will join the band across the tour.

Emerging from the heart of the noughties music scene, The Feeling embody an era of unadulterated sonic brilliance. Their meteoric rise saw them dominate the charts, achieving four UK Top 10 hits and a staggering six weeks on the Singles Charts.

The band burst onto the English music scene with the release of their UK Top 10 single ‘Fill My Little World’. Three more hit singles from ‘Twelve Stops and Home’ and by the end of 2006, The Feeling were the most played act on UK radio. The record showcased the band’s remarkable songwriting prowess and began an incredible musical journey. 

Building on their initial triumph, the band released their second album, ‘Join With Us’ in February 2008, which soared to the top of the UK charts. The album’s massive success paved the way for unforgettable performances including a show-stopping appearance on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, solidifying their meteoric rise in the music world.

The ‘Greatest Hits Tour’ is not merely a concert; it’s a celebration of two decades of musical excellence. A chance for fans to relive the magic that made The Feeling one of the most unforgettable bands of their time. Spanning from May 3 to May 18, the tour will encompass 12 cities across the UK, offering fans the opportunity to hear their favourite anthems, including hits like “Fill My Little World,” “Sewn,” “Love It When You Call,” and many more.

Reflecting on their journey, lead vocalist Dan Gillespie-Sells shared, “We’ve poured our hearts and souls into creating music that resonates with people. This tour is our way of celebrating that connection with our fans and reliving the moments that have defined us as a band.”

2024 sees the band celebrate nearly 20 years of releasing records – and even more together as a band. ‘San Vito’ is their seventh studio album, it was written and recorded in Southern Italy and saw the band decamp there to self-produce the record as a band together.  What began as a short writing trip, turned into a full album project with the Italian sun, food and culture seeping through into the sounds on the record. 

The title ‘San Vito’ is influenced by the name of the local town San Vito Dei Normanni where the band spent their time off from the studio soaking in the local culture, food and pizzica music. Highlights include lead single “The Right Wrong”- a driving indie-pop anthem about freeing yourself from judgement, a gorgeous duet with US-based country singer Lucie Silvas & plenty of the flamboyant, upbeat 70s-inspired harmonised indie-pop that the band are adored for.

The new album, ‘San Vito’ now

Tour on sale now

  • Friday, May 03, 2024: Rock City, Nottingham (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Saturday, May 04, 2024: O2 Institute, Birmingham (Support: Daytime TV)
  • Sunday, May 05, 2024: Tramshed, Cardiff (Support: Daytime TV)
  • Tuesday, May 07, 2024: Furnace, Liverpool (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Thursday, May 09, 2024: Slay, Glasgow (Support: Daytime TV)
  • Friday, May 10, 2024: Newcastle University, Newcastle (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Saturday, May 11, 2024: Albert Halls, Manchester (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Monday, May 13, 2024: The Foundry Sheffield (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Tuesday, May 14, 2024: Junction, Cambridge (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Thursday, May 16, 2024: Concorde 2, Brighton (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Friday, May 17, 2024: KOKO, London (Support: Callum Beattie)
  • Saturday, May 18, 2024: Engine Rooms, Southampton (Support: Callum Beattie) (SOLD OUT)