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The band's frontman, Dan Gillespie Sells, can pinpoint the precise moment that Boy Cried Wolf came into being. He had returned to London alone after spending Christmas 2011 in the English countryside, his five-year relationship in tatters, his head in turmoil. Sitting alone in the East London pub he bought and converted into a home/studio, Dan did what all born writers do in such situations: he plonked himself down at the piano, and wrote a song.
The result, 'You'll See', is one of the many highlights of an album which, like The Feeling's multi-platinum 2006 debut, 'Twelve Stops And Home', the band recorded and produced themselves. It's a record fuelled and informed by a powerful sense of liberation: from relationships, from their previous record label, and from themselves. "We were just in our little bubble again," says Dan. "There was this sense that there wasn't any pressure on us now to be anything other than what we are."
You can hear that freedom, that reaffirmed love, in every soaring melody, nagging hook and pin-sharp lyric of the album (their fourth). It is the sound of a band reborn and renewed. Music born of heartache, the 11 new songs end up reaffirming the idea of love as a force for good. Listen here: www.thefeeling.com
Yes, The Feeling are back. And they're better than ever.
CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 16th October 2013 23:23
Lionel Messi will stay at Barcelona for "the rest of his life", according to the club¿s sporting director Robert Fernandez.
Lorenzo Insigne intends to end his career with Napoli, scuppering hopes Arsene Wenger might have had of bringing the striker to The Emirates.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has confirmed that £8million summer signing Tyrone Mings will miss the rest of the season.
Manchester City aren't being criticised enough for their spending. Also, the David De Gea situation is explained in full and we have a running Winners and Losers table.
Arsene Wenger comes in for a lot of Danny Welbeck based flak in the Mailbox. We also have a happy Spurs fan, and someone pleading to stop the Van Gaal revisionism.