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The Faim Release New Single Summer Is A Curse

Friday, 18 May 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Faim have released a new single.

Summer Is A Curse was co-written with 5 Seconds of Summer’s Ashton Irwin and follows up Midland Lane and Saints Of The Sinners, which came out earlier this year. All the songs were produced by Goldfinger's John Feldmann.

Discussing the new track, vocalist Josh Raven said:

“Summer Is a Curse is about taking the leap into a make or break situation that could grow into the beginning of a new era, or cause the end of what could’ve been. It’s about the paths that we take, the dreams that we have, and the things we leave behind to reach them.” 

The pop-rockers have a busy few months ahead. They are currently in Brighton for the Great Escape and will support PVMNTS at their shows in London, Leeds, Manchester and Cardiff next week. Following this they have a headline date in Glasgow prior to their Slam Dunk shows, which they will follow up with further headline stops. They will also appear at Camden Rocks in London, Download festival, and Reading and Leeds.

The Faim Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri May 25 2018 - GLASGOW Stereo
Thu May 31 2018 - BOURNEMOUTH Anvil
Fri June 01 2018 - CHELTENHAM Frog and Fiddle

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