Watch The Faim’s new video

The Aussie pop-punks are on the road to big things with their catchy tunes. 

Perth, Australia’s newest export, The Faim have premiered a brand new video for latest single Midland Line. The video showcases the guys delivering a passionate and explosive performance, complete with their signature gold hue as the backdrop.

The track follows the huge debut single Saints Of The Sinners, co-written with Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.

Producer John Feldmann says “working with untapped talent like The Faim doesn’t happen every day. I see something in them that I don’t see in a lot of bands… Amazing songwriters, incredible performers, great front man.”

The band return to the UK to complete their trek with Lower Than Atlantis in May and then also support PVMNTS for a quick run of dates, followed by a batch of headline shows at The Forum in Tunbridge Wells, Stereo in Glasgow, and The Anvil in Bournemouth.

The Faim have also announced a series of UK summer performances at the Sound City, Great Escape, Slam Dunk, Camden Rocks, and Download Festivals. In August, the quartet will also play the esteemed Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Here are all those dates: 
3 May – O2 Academy, Oxford (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
4 May – Sub89, Reading (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
5 May – Central Station, Wrexham (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
7 May – Hangar34, Liverpool (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
8 May – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
9 May – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
11 May – Empire, Middlesbrough (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
12 May – Welly, Hull (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
13 May – Fibbers, York (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
14 May – Plug, Sheffield (w/ Lower Than Atlantis)
17 May – The Forum, Tunbridge Wells (Headline)
17-19 May – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
21 May – Tufnell Park Dome, London (Supporting PVMNTS)
22 May – Key Club, Leeds (Supporting PVMNTS)
23 May – Night People, Manchester (Supporting PVMNTS)
24 May – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (Supporting PVMNTS)
25 May – Stereo, Glasgow (Headline)
26-28 May – Slam Dunk Festival
31 May – Bournemouth, The Anvil (Headline)
2 June – Camden Rocks Festival, London
9 June – Download Festival, Donnington Park
24-25 August – Reading & Leeds Festival

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