You better pack your earphones and an umbrella for this one
Shannon COTTON
23:59 25th January 2019

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Coventry quintet FEET have today (25 Janaury) unveiled winding new cut ‘English Weather’. 

Unleashing the latest track from their, so far solid, weaponry, ‘English Weather’ takes aim at, you guessed it, English weather. With scatterings of jangly guitars a a high chance of blistering riffs, vocalist George’s severe weather warning of, “pasty people in the park with their tops off” and “you better pack an umbrella” highlight just how unstable our climate can be. Tune in below;

In other news, the band are weeks away from finishing their debut album with Cam Blackwood (Jamie T, London Grammar, Billie Marten. George Ezra) at the production helm, and if their recent show at East London’s Shacklewell Arms is anything to go by, it’s going to be a scorcher. 

The band are also heading out on tour, and you can catch them at the following dates;

27 - Portsmouth, Edge of the Wedge
29 - Brighton, Latest Music Bar

01 - Sheffield, Leadmill
02 - Manchester, Gullivers
06 - Bristol, Louisiana - TICKETS
07 - London, The Lexington 
08 - Coventry, The Tin Music & Arts
09 - Birmingham, The Bristol Pear - TICKETS
12 - Newcastle, Think Tank Underground
13 - Glasgow, Broadcast
14 - Belfast, Voodoo
15 - Dublin, Whelan’s Upstairs

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