The Faim will be making their Download Festival debut this Saturday 9th June on the Avalanche state 1.50pm

The Faim’s new single, “Summer Is A Curse,” is out now & has racked up over 300K streams to date. The track was co-written with 5 Seconds of Summer’s Ashton Irwin and follows the massive debuts of the quartet’s previous releases, “Saints Of The Sinners” and “Midland Line.” All of the band’s songs were produced with the legendary John Feldmann (blink-182, All Time Low, Good Charlotte) and have gained support from VEVO, BBC Radio 1’s Dan P Carter, Upset, Rock Sound, TMRW, Alternative Press, MTV, The Box, Scuzz and more. Stream and purchase “Summer Is A Curse” HERE.

The Faim recording a beautiful acoustic session for Ticketmaster last week. Click the picture below to watch and stream it.


 

The Aussie quartet have been extra busy on the road and popped by St Pancras station to meet a bunch of fans & play some stripped down tracks. Check out the video HERE

One the THE talked about bands of Slam Dunk Festival 2018. Click the link HERE to see what all the fuss is about.

The band have been playing all over the UK the past few weeks, check out some great footage from The Great Escape and more HERE

The Faim Remaining Tour Dates

Wed June 6th – Cologne, Germany @ MTC w/ The Dangerous Summer

Thurs June 7th – München, Germany @ Backstage Club w/ The Dangerous Summer

Sat June 9th – Derby, UK @ Download Festival

Wed 13th June The Gov, Adelaide w/ PVRIS

Fri 15th June Metro Theatre, Sydney w/ PVRIS

Sat 16th June The Triffid, Brisbane w/ PVRIS

Sun 17th June 170 Russell, Melbourne w/ PVRIS

August 24th – Reading, UK @ Reading Festival

August 25th – Leeds, UK @ Leeds Festival

“Set to be one of the bands on everyone’s lips this year” – Rock Sound

“Enormous choruses, joyful melodies and a little bit of swagger, it’s a potent mixture” HMV

“Australian emo rockers The Faim kicked off proceedings with an emphatic performance pairing insatiable guitar riffs and drawn out, emotive vocals harking back to emo of old. Fairly new on the scene, they are fast becoming part of the emo revival that is threatening to make waves.” The Independent

“Sonically The Faim are brilliant, providing some huge alt-rock tracks that have you dancing around to some of the most exciting music released this year” Alt Corner

“Massive tunes…You have to hear them right now” – KERRANG!

“Aussie rockers have already cemented their position as one of the most exciting new names in the genre” Giggoer

“Pretty special” Upset

“You’ll be hearing a lot about the quartet in the coming months“ – Already Heard

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