(From left to right: Stephen Beerkens, Josh Raven, Sam Tye + Linden Marissen)
“Get in early on the hype because early indications suggest that The Faim is going to take off.” -Forbes
“Hopes are high for their debut album.” -NME
“Pop rocks next big thing are ready to make a noise in 2019” –DORK
“The Faim’s debut marked the first chapter in what is bound to be a grand story of one of alternative rock’s greatest bands.” -Live Nation’s Ones To Watch
“Set to be one of the bands on everyone’s lips this year” – Rock Sound
THE FAIM have today announced the State Of Mind World tour. Continuing on from their hugely successful & sold out headline tour of UK & Europe earlier this year, the band will hit a further 23 cities across Australia, UK & Europe. Adding to an already massive 150 shows in the past 13 months.
“TIME HAS COME TO OPEN OUR STATE OF MIND. It’s hard to believe that 4 guys from Perth are even announcing these shows for our headline tour. We’re bringing our craziness to new cities with new songs and playing more incredible festivals like Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds and Frequency Festival. This is beyond humbling and it’s all possible because of the the incredible relationships we’ve created with you. We’re beyond excited to see all your wonderful faces. Endless love.” says singer Josh Raven
Since their launch last February, THE FAIM has been an artist on the rise, to say the least. They unveiled their critically acclaimed debut EP, Summer Is a Curse, toured exhaustively worldwide, supporting the likes of PVRIS, Hands Like Houses, Sleeping With Sirens and Against the Current as well as playing European festival staples including Reading & Leeds, Slam Dunk and Download Festival all whilst playing over 150 shows in just the past 13 months.
The four-piece also wrapped their first ever headline tour of Australia and Europe, playing 31 shows across 13 countries. The Faim are currently on a 28 date US Tour supporting Andy Black and gearing up for a busy summer playing @ Lollapalooza Berlin plus coveted slots at Reading & Leeds Festival for the 2nd year in a row.