This Feeling TV with Red Stripe Episode 6, with Miles Kane, Laura Whitmore, Tom Grennan, The Surrenders, Sophie and the giants and Gordon Smart

From Red Stripe’s This Feeling TV to Tom Grennan breaking world records… Here’s this weekly dose of your ‘This Feeling’s Five A Week’


Bedford born – London based, singer/songwriter, Tom Grennan smashed a Guinness world record of ten gigs in 12 hrs yesterday to celebrate the release of his debut album ‘Lighting Matches‘. Starting in Manchester and finishing in Marlborough, Tom met strict criteria of all ten shows having to be 30 miles apart and with more than 10 people at each show. Tom Grennan has literally exploded on the scene over the last 18 months, with his own unique songwriting and energetic performing style. Inspired by soul, blues, grime and indie, Tom was selling out venues including Brixton Academy before his debut album was even released. He makes his second appearance on Red Stripes This Feeling TV this month, which showcases the biggest, best and newest talent around as well as celebrity guests, interviews and telly chucking. 

Following a string of successful festival performances, Gordon Smart from Radio X quizzed Tom on the show about what it was like having such a positive response from the general public.

‘It’s amazing, man… They’re singing songs that they don’t even know, and, for me, to hear them singing songs they don’t even know proves the songs are catchy, init. And they’re relatable. And it’s connecting: the energy that I give to the crowd, and the crowd gives me that energy back – well, it’s amazing.’

You can find all Tom Grennan’s upcoming tour dates and buy the album below.


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The countdown is on for Truck “the Godfather of the small festival scene” with TrampoleneSheafs, No Hot Ashes and Bang Bang Romeo headlining ‘The Barn’ for This Feeling and Pirate Studios. The weekend also sees some of the most hotly tipped bands in the UK taking to the stage including Avalanche Party, The Wholls, Jordan Allen, Sophie and the Giants, Red Rum Club, Ivory Wave and so many more. This stage could be the main stage, the calibre of bands is extremely high at Truck making it one of the best festivals zones of the year! Look out for full festival preview coming very soon and grab those last tickets while you still can, below!

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Last few tickets at:


Just a week to go before Sheffield’s intercity multi-venue festival Tramlines kicks off. With the main festival located in the city’s Hillsborough  park this year, the festival celebrations continue in venues in and around the city centre. In the centre of Sheffield at The Great Gatsby and Cafe Totem, This Feeling and Pirate Studios are bringing you one of their impressive line ups. It’s hard to highlight a selection of bands from the line up as there isn’t one band on the bill that isn’t gaining true momentum on the unsigned scene. However, we have chosen five we feel cannot be missed. You can read more about The Wholls, Himalayas, The Pale White, SPINN and Dirty Laces here… Tramlines Cafe Totem Preview

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Hot on the rise, Glaswegian Punk Rockers Rascalton head out on tour with This Feeling on the 16th July. Hitting Nottingham, Birmingham and Manchester, the band are also playing at Truck next weekend. With their tenacious punk vibrancy and captivating live shows, the band are influenced by the likes of Slaves, The Clash and The Streets. At the helm of the Scottish punk invasion, they are one of the most exciting, new prospects to come out of Glasgow. 


19/07: The Chameleons Arts Cafe, Nottingham
w/ The Chase & The Ruffs
20/07: Castle & Falcon, Birmingham
w/ The Cosmics, The Novus, IDUL & SUE
21/07: Jimmys, Manchester
w/ Hello Operator & Nana White Pepper
22/07 TRUCK FESTIVAL, Oxford

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TFTV 6 drops today with special guests Miles Kane, Laura Whitmore and Tom Grennan. Vital to the lifeblood of the music scene, episode 6 also includes live performances from and interviews with Sheffield four-piece Sophie And The Giants and Midland rockers The Surrenders, in addition to other interview segments with Spring King and You Me At Six. 

The Struts, who have built up a huge fan base in the US through supporting the Foo Fighters and Motely Crew, also drop by for the latest instalment of behind the music segment ‘What’s The Story’. You read loads more about the show here…



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