Formed by singer George Haverson, bassist Oli Shasha and guitarists Callum Parker and Harry Southerton via a music society they soon outgrew along with the city’s nightlife, FEET announced themselves in classic fashion – a supreme first single, ‘Petty Thieving’, and a reputation as a singular live band. The band’s gang mentality was slowly being forged, and the introduction of drummer Ben Firth two weeks before recording their debut album cemented the line-up.
“Can’t Get In” is the first new material from the quintet since the release of last August’s Walking Machine EP, which solidified the band as one the UK’s hottest alternative-rock prospects. FEET continue their journey, building on the support they have gathered from the likes of NME, The Independent, DIY Mag, The Line Of Best Fit, Dork Magazine, 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq & Radio 1’s Jack Saunders amongst others.
FEET is a group ready to fully emerge from the chrysalis of those developmental stages with an explosion of renewed energy, a new fire in the belly, ready to pursue their muse into the next chapter of what is sure to be a boisterous, visionary journey.