Watch FEET unveil new track ‘Vegetarian Christmas’

The Coventry five-piece host some wholesome festive fun in the accompanying video.

It’s the second week into the festive period and we’re all currently operating while half hungover and half still drunk, so luckily FEET are here to give us the wholesome content we desperately need.

Sharing new track ‘Vegetarian Christmas’, the group say of the song: “‘Vegetarian Christmas’ is about the wholesome alternative. Teach, don’t preach is the songs philosophy. We’re presenting the option and asking what’s on your plate this Christmas? Food and Tradition is closely linked in this country and we believe it should not reflect the past without working towards a more positive future. Nothing’s a tradition until it starts. Why not make Vegetarianism part of yours this Christmas.”

The new song also comes alongside the group performing at Clapped Records Christmas Party, the second event presented by the band’s self-made record label Clapped Records, this Saturday (14th December).

“For the first time ever, dive conk-first into festive cheers and crack open some frosty jars at the inaugural Clapped Records Christmas bash,” they say. “Celebrating a first year marked by a prosperous rise in Blur comparisons and net profits, the Clapped team have made the natural decision to spunk it all on the Christmas do. A host of bands, DJs and zany characters will ensure a night of grandeur and consequence that simply cannot be missed. Get yourself a ticket, they’ll go quicker than yer nans mince pies x”.

Get into the Christmas spirit and watch the vid below:

See FEET live at the following dates:


14 London, The Gallery Tileyard (Clapped Records Christmas Party)


12 Liverpool O2 Academy *

13 Birmingham O2 Academy 2 *

14 Nottingham Rescue Rooms *

15 Manchester Academy 2 *

17 Brighton Concorde 2 *

18 Cardiff Tramshed *

20 London Heaven *

21 Leeds Beckett Student Union *

22 Newcastle Riverside *

23 Glasgow SWG *

* Supporting Inhaler

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