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The Faim To Bring Debut Headline Tour To UK In Early 2019

Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Faim have announced their first headline tour.

The Australian band, whose debut EP 'Summer Is A Curse' is out now through BMG, will head to Cardiff, Bristol, Brighton, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham and London between January 25 and February 7. Tickets go on sale at 9am on October 19. 

Vocalist Josh Raven said:

"Announcing our first headline tour is a huge moment for us. It’s a lifelong dream thats become a reality thanks to the amazing people that have supported and guided us for so long. We‘re beyond excited to bring our live show back for the incredible people we’ve met on our journey so far. Thank you for accepting the emotions and experiences that make us the people we are and the music we create. We wouldn’t be here without you."

The tour will also take in dates in Australia during January and Europe in February.

The Faim Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri January 25 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Sun January 27 2019 - CARDIFF Globe
Mon January 28 2019 - BRISTOL Exchange
Tue January 29 2019 - BRIGHTON Haunt
Wed January 30 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega Social Club
Thu January 31 2019 - LEEDS Key Club
Sat February 02 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank
Sun February 03 2019 - MANCHESTER Rebellion
Tue February 05 2019 - GLASGOW King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Wed February 06 2019 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
Thu February 07 2019 - LONDON Underworld

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