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Feeder: The songs that made us

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James McLaren James McLaren | 09:00 UK time, Monday, 27 February 2012

Last week I talked to Feeder about the songs that made their career.

Prior to the release of their latest album, Generation Freakshow (out 26 March), the band were in the Radio Wales studios to record special acoustic tracks and an interview with Georgia Ruth Williams' show, to be broadcast this Saturday (3 March) at 7pm.

Listen to the interview here as Grant and Dean cover (literal) Highs and (non-literal) lows, the loss of drummer Jon Lee, rocking festivals, crossing over and their Welsh background.

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