Scarborough band The Feens score Radio X Track of the Week - here's when to listen

Scarborough band The Feens continue on their road to success this evening when their latest single will be played on Radio X.

By Corinne Macdonald
Wednesday, 29th January 2020, 8:17 am
Updated Wednesday, 29th January 2020, 8:18 am

Their next single How It Falls, which is released on February 7, has been chosen by promoters This Feeling as their Radio X Track of the Week.

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It will be played to the national radio station's thousands of listeners from 9pm this evening on the Gordon Smart show.

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The band performing at Y Not? Festival. Picture: The Feens/ Jacob Lucas

The band gave 'massive thanks' to This Feeling for choosing the track.

The band recently kicked off their first headline tour with a sold out gig in Leeds at the music hotspot Brudnell Social Club, where Kaiser Chiefs, Franz Ferdinand and The Cribs have all played secret gigs in the past.

The tour continues throughout February with dates in Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Northampton, Swansea, Hull and Scarborough.

The band originally booked one tour date for Scarborough - Saturday February 29 2020 at the Tipi Venue at Scarborough Open Air Theatre - but after it sold out in just 12 hours, they added a second date on Friday February 28.

From left Sam, Freddie, Adam and Perrie. Picture: JPI Media/ Richard Ponter

On the Friday the band will be supported by Rats and The Northern Riots and on the Saturday, Fever and Without Reason.

Jericho Keys will be doing a DJ set at both nights.

Less than 35 tickets remain for the Friday night gig, tickets for which can be purchased here.

Who are The Feens?

Freddie on stage at Y Not? Festival. Picture: The Feens/ Jacob Lucas

Made up of singers Freddie Schmuck, 21, and Adam Lodge, 25 (also on bass), drummer Perrie Bunton, 25, and lead guitarist Sam Dowling, 27, The Feens have gone from strength to strength since forming in late 2016.

In 2019 they gained national radio plays on Radio X, BBC Radio One and BBC 6 Music, played a support slot for Inhaler in Leeds in July and secured their first major festival appearance at Y Not? Festival in Derbyshire.

You can pre-save the new single How It Falls on Spotify here.

Full tour list

- February 1 - Jimmy's, Manchester

- February 8 - Phase One, Liverpool

- February 15 - Cafe Totem, Sheffield

- February 20 - Dive, Hull

- February 21 - Black Prince, Northampton

- February 22 - The Bunkhouse, Swansea

- February 28 - The Tipi Venue, Scarborough

- February 29 - The Tipi Venue, Scarborough - SOLD OUT