UK indie-pop band to perform special gig at historic Kingston venue this April

By Ryan Parker

9th Apr 2024 | Local News

The Feeling will perform songs from new record 'San Vito,' released on Friday 12 April (The Feeling).
The Feeling will perform songs from new record 'San Vito,' released on Friday 12 April (The Feeling).

A famous UK indie-pop band are to perform special gig at a historic Kingston venue this April, celebrating the launch of their new album.

Presented by Banquet Records, The Feeling will play at St John the Evangelist church, Grove Lane, on Tuesday 16 April.

With doors opening at 7pm, the Ivor Novello award-winning and multi-platinum selling group will perform songs from new record 'San Vito,' released on Friday 12 April.

Presented by Banquet Records, The Feeling will play at St John the Evangelist church on Tuesday 16 April (Wiki Commons).

San Vito was written and recorded in Southern Italy, seeing the band decamp there to self-produce their seventh studio album as a band together.

The Feeling brought in local brass, strings and pizzica/tarantella percussion players, with the result being very much a trademark album with a subtle Salento flavour mixed-in.

This album title 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 duet with US-based country singer Lucie Silvas, 'I Won't Sleep Tonight' is another highlight, with plenty of flamboyant, upbeat 70s-inspired harmonised indie-pop across the 12 tracks.

This April, Retropop magazine gave a very favourable review of San Vito, giving it four stars.

Support for The Feeling's Kingston show will come from pop singer, Tom Speight, with doors opening at 7pm (Banquet Records).

Support for the Kingston show will come from pop singer, Tom Speight, with his set starting at 8pm.

The Feeling are most famous for top 10 hits 'Fill My Little World,' and 'Sewn,' along with top two albums 'Twelve Stops and Home' and 'Join With Us.'

Other albums in their catalogue, which began in 2006, include 'Together We Were Made,' 'Boy Cried Wolf,' 'The Feeling' and 2022's 'Loss. Hope. Love.'

     

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