Without You (The Feeling song)

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"Without You"
Single by The Feeling
from the album Join with Us
B-side "Play Don't Think"
"Different for Girls"
Released 14 April 2008
Format CD single, digital download, 7" single
Recorded 2007
Genre Soft rock
Length 3:33 (radio edit)
4:49 (album version)
Label Island, Universal
Writer(s) Dan Gillespie Sells, Richard Jones, Kevin Jeremiah, Ciaran Jeremiah, Paul Stewart
Producer(s) The Feeling
The Feeling singles chronology
"I Thought It Was Over"
"Without You"
"Turn It Up"

"Without You" is the second single to be released from the number-one album Join with Us by pop/rock band The Feeling.[1] The band recorded the song in their live set each night during their tour of the UK from 7 March 2008 to 20 March 2008—these recordings became available to download at the time of the single's release.[2] The song has been on BBC Radio 2's A-List, meaning it received around 20 plays each week at its peak.[3][4] The song's lyrics concern the Virginia Tech massacre. It is the band's third lowest charting single to date, missing the top 40 altogether, peaking at #53 on the UK Singles chart. The radio edit of the song cuts out the entire second verse.

Formats and track listing[edit]

CD single

(Released 21 April 2008)

  1. "Without You" – 4:48
  2. "Play, Don't Think" – 4:15
  3. "Different for Girls" (Joe Jackson cover) – 3:29
  4. "I Thought It Was Over" (Tom Middleton Mix) – 7:24
  5. "Without You" (official music video)
Coloured 7" vinyl

(Released 21 April 2008)

  1. "Without You" – 4:48
  2. "Play Don't Think" – 4:15
Digital EP

(Released 18 April 2008)

  1. "Without You" – 4:48
  2. "Play, Don't Think" – 4:15
  3. "Different for Girls" – 3:29
  4. "I Thought It Was Over" (Tom Middleton Mix) – 7:24
Digital download

(Released 14 April 2008)

  1. "Without You" (radio edit) – 3:34

Music video[edit]

Dan Gillespie Sells (centre) in "Without You" video

The official music video accompanying the song was previewed exclusively by The Sun newspaper's website, followed by a general release on the band's official site.[5][6] It shows Gillespie Sells, frontman in the group, playing a Russian cosmonaut with the rest of the band members playing other roles.[7]

Ciaran Jeremiah describes the band's roles in the video on the band's official website. He describes himself as a "scientific-space-boffin", while "Paul is a soldier, Richard is a fellow lab-boffin, and Kev is a photographer."


Chart (2008) Peak
UK Singles Chart 53 [8]
Irish Singles Chart 66


  1. ^ Announcement of single release
  2. ^ Without You live recordings
  3. ^ BBC Radio 2's A Listed tracks
  4. ^ Number of plays for A List tracks
  5. ^ Music video - The Sun
  6. ^ Music video - The Feeling's website
  7. ^ Video information
  8. ^ The Official UK Charts Company

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