Loss. Hope. Love. The Feeling

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Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
06.05.2022

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  • 1High Like You03:52
  • 2There Is No Music03:12
  • 3Never Gave Up04:00
  • 4There’s a Word For It04:23
  • 5On The Edge03:35
  • 6Lost05:36
  • 7Love People03:25
  • 8No One to Blame02:50
  • 9Cascade04:47
  • 10Wrong03:06
  • 11For The Future03:49
  • 12Morning Light / Takes a Beat Away07:36
  • 13This Was Me (From ''Everybody's Talking About Jamie'' / Alternative Version)04:56
  • 14While You're Still Young (From ''Everybody's Talking About Jamie'')03:01
  • 15ETAJ (From ''Everybody's Talking About Jamie'')03:39
  • Total Runtime01:01:47

Info for Loss. Hope. Love.



Following on from their self-titled album in 2016, The Feeling are finally back with their sixth album "Loss. Hope. Love."

Self-produced, predominantly at their East London studio during the lockdown, Loss. Hope. Love is the sound of a band who have reconsidered their identity, taken control of their sound and embraced the Queen-esque theatrical elements of their DNA, recently realised by the success of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. The Feeling returns a whole new perspective. 15 years since their multi-million selling debut record Twelve Stops and Home - the new album is bursting with joy, but with the thread of melancholy that’s always been synonymous with their flawless songwriting.

After years of writing about his own life, Dan was keen to use his foray into musical theatre to tell other people’s stories. It’s also given the band time to work in a different way. Dan says: “It’s been a while but throughout writing the Musical, the West End Soundtrack then the Official Movie Soundtrack I have worked with the band and they have been a great help. It’s been great for all of us. It was The Feeling with a different hat on but we’re delighted to be back.”

Since the last Feeling album 5 years ago, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has quickly become one the most successful new musicals of the last decade. Premiering at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, before transferring to London’s Apollo Theatre, the production was an overnight success amongst audiences and critics, receiving rave reviews and garnering five Olivier Award nominations.

The Feeling first burst onto the English rock scene with the release of their UK Top 10 single ‘Fill My Little World’. 3 more hit singles from Twelve Stops and Home and by the end of 2006 The Feeling were the most played act on UK radio.

Five albums later and an award-winning musical to frontman Dan’s name, Loss. Hope. Love is a band reborn, sonically developed, and ready to take 2021 & 2022 by the horns and own who they are. Welcome to a brand new chapter.

Dan Gillespie Sells, lead vocals
Richard Jones, bass
Kevin Jeremiah, guitar
Ciaran Jeremiah, keyboards
Paul Stewart, drums



The Feeling
is an English rock band, they consist of Dan Gillespie Sells, Ciaran Jeremiah, Paul Stuart, Richard Jones and Kevin Jeremiah. Their hits include Fill My Little World, Never Be Lonely and I Thought It Was Over. The band entered the UK Singles Chart at number seven with their first full release released in early 2006 ‘Sewn’ which followed the release of their debut single Fill My Little World released in late 2005. The single was one of the year’s biggest radio hits, it was first played in the UK on The Dermot O’ Leary Show on BBC Radio 2, it was also their first live session. On the 5th June 2006, the group released their debut album in the UK Twelve Stops and Home, it was released in the US nearly a year later. Their second album Join With Us, reached number one on the UK Charts. Their third album, Together We Were Made was released on 20th June 2011 followed by a greatest hits album on the 5th December. They released the album entitled Boy Cried Wold in 2013, and more recently released their self-titled 5th studio album in March 2016.

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