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Fill My Little World - EP

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Right Up Right Up

The one track version is doing outstandingly on iTunes (it's #2)....and now we have another one. Aside from the summery, ultra-catchy single 'Fill My Little World' - this EP does something rare by offering us 2 top quality b-sides. And if you buy the bundle you get some album snippets which make 'Twelve Stops & Home' sound like one the best best albums of the year (out June 5th). Download this!

Love them

Im not too sure about Not Be Turned and One Thing That I Want, but I love Fill My Little World!! Cant wait for the album, 5th June!!!!!

fill my little world

One of the best tracks I've heard for a long time. This group is going to go far. A J

Biography

Formed: 2004 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Drawing heavily from the rich harmonies and melodies of '70s soft rock, British quintet the Feeling includes vocalist/guitarist Dan Gillespie-Sells (previously of Scottish pop/rock act Speedway), bassist Richard Jones, guitarist Kevin Jeremiah, keyboardist Ciaran Jeremiah, and drummer Paul Stewart. Former students of the Brit School of Performing Arts in Croydon, the quintet initially performed as Super Fly, a resident cover band playing at La Tania Ski Resort in the French Alps. The bandmembers...
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