The Feeling is a British pop rock band from Horsham, England.
The band of friends influenced by Queen, Supertramp, ABBA and even the Beatles released in 2006 his first album, Twelve Stops and Home, which contains 12 very different tracks. The song Fill My Little World is used for the advertising of CanalSat 2009 and Rosé, from the same album, serves as a soundtrack for Burberry's Burberry Body in the fall of 2011>.
Most of the band is from Horsham, West Sussex, with the exception of singer Dan Gillespie Sells, who comes from London, and bassist Richard Jones, who is from Forest Row in East Sussex. The Jeremiahs and Stewart met at St. Wilfrid's Catholic School, Crawley, West Sussex. Sells and Jones met at Croydon's BRIT School in 1995. They were members of one of their groups in high school.
Members worked as session members for several years before meeting to form a group>. The Feeling takes its origins from a band called Superfly, in which Paul Stewart and Ciaran and Kevin Jeremiah played, and who served as a band on the Richard Blackwood show. They play a good number of times in La Tania in the Alps before making covers (like those of Video Killed Radio Star Buggles and Raining Blood Slayer). Once the formation of The Feeling completed, they continue to play under the name of Superfly >>>. A podcast for The Times reveals that during their stays in La Tania, they claimed that they could play about fifty songs, even though they only knew six of them.
According to Island Records' A & R, Louis Bloom, the band did not appeal to the music industry. However, after a disastrous performance, their agent Adrian Jolly will phone Bloom and persuade him to ignore this performance, and listen to their demos. The demos - which will finally make the list of their first album - manage to convince the A & R of Island to sign them>.