Upon your first listen to The Faim’s debut album State Of Mind, you might be tempted to think both in the present and the immediate future. Sure, the Aussie pop-rock band might have a sound built for the present in that singles like “Summer Is A Curse” simply sound on huge alternative radio right now, but the futuristic aspect of their sound is that they’re only getting started. For such a young band, they’ve got all the potential in the world.
Having just reached the home stretch of a NA co-headlining tour with Stand Atlantic, the band stopped by TNF HQ to chat with us about their comparisons to Panic! At The Disco, the band’s debut record, and their arena-ready pop-rock sound. Give it a listen below – when this band is playing arenas, you can remember where you heard about The Faim first.
Hands Like Houses stormed the Emerson Theater in Indianapolis, IN on one of their stops on their tour supporting their newest album, -Anon. The band’s 4th full-length album sees the Aussie rock band stretching the limits of their songwriting and musical … Continue reading →
New Music Friday is a weekly post that highlights the best new music of the week. This week’s edition features both well-known and under the radar bands we think deserve a spin (or three), so give them all a listen. Whether you like pop-punk, progressive metal, indie rock, or anything in between, we think there’s plenty to sink your teeth into here. Especially that new Boston Manor record – a real stunner. Oh, and we’re including some exceptional new singles, too.