In the past year or so Lucy has gained one and a half stone.
Since she has always been a 'big girl' – 5ft 8in and 17st – she's not absolutely sure her husband has noticed. 'Though if I'm 100 per cent honest, I do think he finds me less attractive.' One thing is certain – he'd be horrified if he knew the reason behind his wife's weight gain.
Nicholas later claimed that the chemistry he feels between himself and Brazil is very much the same way that he felt with Jon.
Feeder's 2012 album Generation Freakshow features the track "Hey Johnny" which is written in dedication to Lee.
The first play of its lead single "Come Back Around", was the first time since Jon's death that the band made any public appearances and released new material.
The single charted at #14, while the follow-up "Just the Way I'm Feeling" made the Top 10, both singles appeared on their fourth album Comfort in Sound, also produced by Norton, which although charting one place lower than Echo Park, became their first Platinum seller.
The album featured Mark Richardson of Skunk Anansie on drums; he parted company with Feeder in 2009, to return to a reformed Skunk Anansie.
An instrumental demo of "Come Back Around" was recorded before Jon's passing, with lyrics written later on by Nicholas.
Feeder's 1997 single "High" was also played during the ceremony, during which Grant Nicholas gave the following statement: Jon had such a taste for life, which makes this whole thing such a mystery to us all. Yet, quiet, sensitive and understanding to anyone that needed a friendly ear. The band's first official live appearances after Lee's death was at the Reading/Leeds Festivals, which saw Grant dedicate "Quick Fade" to "absent friends".
They formed a band named Raindancer, who despite winning a TV slot on ITV Central never gained a record deal.