i thought that we needed a poll for this intense stuff….
i like "do what you want" i think its more catchy
but invincible is great too!
listen to the songs at
Yea both songs are good. sound more mature than some of their old stuff.
good to see the're only getting better
Do wat u want seems more catchy but i'm more likely to get sick of it quicker, and i really love the rockier sound of invincible.oooooh im so excited now. i love it when new stuff comes out.
They're both good songs and i think Do What You Want has the initial impact that will make other people think 'wow, whos this?' But ive gone for Invincible just because musically its a better song (in my humble opinion). Im guessing they'll release both anyway, or maybe they'll do a double A-Side? Either way i hope they promote themselves a little more with this album. Here in the Uk they barely did anything, and its a shame cos ive had to do it for them But it makes me look cool
They didn't seem to bothered with britain at all! But our music industry was in a state of decline, the fact they're touring with the Kaisers may mean they get a bit more limelight in the uk press and hopefully spend a bit more time here. I'd love to go and see them, maybe they could take Kylies headline slot at glastonbury
Might do next year? Glasto isnt on next year so im thinking reading and leeds will get sold out in seconds and probably have a kick-ass line up! I wonder who will fill in my Kylie? Stereophonics maybe? Unless coldplay or oasis get asked. Who knows? I think Glastonbury and Kylie don't mix! Glastonbury is for cool bands not pop princesses! Avril Lavigne could step in
I don't want to burst your bubble, because I fully hope OK Go get huge there, but I wouldn't get my hopes up on that just from the Kaisers tour. I had hoped Feeder would finally get back into the spotlight here when they toured with Rooney, because, after all, they're rather huge over there.
They've since been basically dropped by their label (I'm not sure on the specifics but I know there's no longer a record deal, we're likely not getting Pushing the Senses on cd here, nor a tour ) and so forth. I'm not saying it'd happen with every band but it seems to be harder and harder for some bands to break through the international barrier anymore.
Well Feeder where never massive here and to be honest not many British bands make it big over there, alot of our biggest artists dont make a dent on the US. Mainly due to it being a huge place and bands dont wanna be touring for 2 years in the hope people will get to know them better. At least with Britain when a band gets even half big everyone seems to know em. Im more hoping that the Kaisers will get friendly and bring them on tour with them in the Uk or at least try and persuade them to come over
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