The Feeling review: They are a must see band and are still rocking as if it was 2006

The Feeling headlining The LCR in Norwich. Photo: Marc Betts

The Feeling headlining The LCR in Norwich. Photo: Marc Betts - Credit: Marc Betts

The Feeling came to Norwich last night as if nothing has changed since the release of their album 12 Stops And Home in 2006.

The Feeling headlining The LCR in Norwich. Photo: Marc Betts

The Feeling headlining The LCR in Norwich. Photo: Marc Betts - Credit: Marc Betts

Now 12 years on, hence the return of the album tour, the five piece band from West Sussex had the LCR grooving with their hits including Fill My Little World Right Up and Love It When You Call.

Being in high school when the album came out hearing the songs live were incredibly nostalgic and although The Feeling may have fallen out of the charts in recent years, lead singer Daniel Giles Gillespie Sells sounded as fresh as he did back in the noughties.

You forget just how amazing that album was and The Feeling played their hearts out.

Sells was energetic on stage, jumping on amps, guitar power stances and windmill strums.


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He involved the crowd in one of the best crowd participations I have ever seen with a round in the break of Never Be Lonely sung by the crowd.

Mixing in some of their newer hits with Join With Us and I Thought It was Over it was a fantastic set and there was not a face in the house without a smile on it with their feel good music.

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The Feeling are a must see band and are still rocking as if it was 2006.

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