Seeking Felix

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Theatrical punks Felix Hagan & The Family have revealed the new video for their latest single ‘Attention Seeker’. The triumphant pop punk anthem is the title track and opener of the band’s debut album Attention Seeker, out on November 24th.

The raucous video follows the band on tour, performing their phenomenal live shows and  throwing a light on their backstage shenanigans. Full of energy, exuberance and uninhibited attitude,  ‘Attention Seeker’ is a glitter-streaked homage to musical theatre’s decadence and flamboyant rock ‘n’ roll. Regarding the song, Felix Hagan says, “It is the hymn for the eternal show-off, the cry of all those whose life hinges on the approval of others. And I absolutely love it.”

‘Attention Seeker’ follows the release of the extravagant rock ‘n’ roller ‘Hey I Want You’ and the electro-rock stomp of ‘Delirium Tremendous’, all taken from the forthcoming album.

In celebration of the album’s release, Felix Hagan & The Family will be heading out on a string of tour dates around the UK, which will include a performance in London at The Borderline. It’s time to put on your dancing shoes – the glam punks are waiting… see full dates below.

Mon 20th – The Joiners, Southampton
Fri 24th – Octagon, Keighley
Sat 26th – The Ferret, Preston
Sun 26th – The Borderline, London
Tue 28th – Band on the Wall, Manchester
Fri 1st – Zanzibar Club, Liverpool
Sun 3rd – Exchange, Bristol

The post Seeking Felix appeared first on MaximumVolumeMusic.

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