Its been a huge week for Perth upstarts The Faim. They signed a global deal with BMG and dropped their anthemic debut single ‘Saints Of The Sinners’ to immediate fan fare.
‘Saints Of The Sinners’ was co-written by Pete Wentz (Fall Out Boy) and recorded by L.A. producer extraordinaire John Feldmann (Blink 182, The Used, All Time Low) who personally invited the band to L.A. to record with him. The song was recently premiered on UK’s Radio 1 Rock Show by Dan P. Carter.
The Faim will be taking their electric live show across the globe with a tour traversing six countries (United States, England, Wales, Scotland, Australia and New Zealand) across 10 weeks from March to May this year. Among the multitude of shows, the band will play Download Festival UK. The Australian leg of the tour will see The Faim support American rockers Sleeping With Sirens.
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Friends Josh Raven (lead vocals), Michael Bono (lead guitar, bass and vocals), Stephen Beerkens (bass and keyboard) and Sean Tighe (drums and percussion) grew up together in their hometown of Perth and bonded over a shared passion for music. In 2014, while all members were still in high school, the group began writing songs and playing shows, and The Faim was born. Some cracking demos were produced, and with the world of online music, you never know who could be listening. Incredibly, the band’s music found its way to renowned rock producer John Feldmann. In 2017 Feldmann invited the band to L.A. to record a song. That session turned into more songs, and now a debut album is in the works.