Music Reviews
The Feeling

The Feeling

Four Stops and Home

Interscope

The Feeling are already a huge success in their native UK, and although the Four Stops From Home EP successfully showcases their talents to an American audience, the best is definitely yet to come when Twelve Stops and Home is released.

“Sewn” opens the disc and the immediate melodies and quirky instrumentation reveal The Feeling draw influence from classic Brit bands such as 10cc, ELO and Supertramp. “Helicopter” continues in the same vein and “All You Need To Do” demonstrates a more laid back edge to the band’s sound.

However with tracks such as “Never Be Lonely” and “Love It When You Call” still to come on the full album, Four Stops From Home is merely a tantalizing sample of The Feeling’s undoubted talent.

The Feeling: http://www.thefeeling.com


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