A Million Stars is taken off the band’s upcoming debut EP, out this Friday.
Following the release of three massive singles and videos for Saints Of The Sinners, Midland Line, and Summer Is A Curse, and a triumphant return to the UK with Reading & Leeds Festivals, The Faim have returned with yet another anthemic track, A Million Stars.
The song highlights a more pop-leaning, melodic side of the group and features a vibrant chorus paired with frontman Josh Raven’s striking, powerhouse vocals.
“To say we’re excited about releasing this EP is an understatement. More than just songs, to us these 6 tracks are a window into our world. We’ve been overwhelmed by the support of the community around us and welcome you all on this beautiful journey. We’re proud to be able to share our music with you and hope you enjoy listening as much as we’ve enjoyed writing it. Love THE FAIM”
After kicking off 2018 on a strong note with extensive global touring, including selling out their first ever headline show and sharing the stage with Sleeping With Sirens, PVRIS, Lower Than Atlantis, and more, The Faim will release their debut EP, Summer Is A Curse, on 7 September.
All songs on the EP were recorded with legendary producer, John Feldmann (blink-182, All Time Low, Good Charlotte), and serve as a prelude to the band’s hotly-anticipated first full-length album, slated for release in 2019. During the recording process, the Perth natives teamed up with industry staples including Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy (on Saints Of The Sinners), Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots, Mark Hoppus of blink-182, and Ashton Irwin of 5 Seconds of Summer (on Summer Is A Curse).
Comprised of six tracks, Summer Is A Curse showcases the pop-rock/punk outfit’s stadium-ready anthems, infectious hooks, and impressive songwriting chops. The EP also includes five brand new songs in addition to smash single, Summer Is A Curse.
You can catch them live in the UK supporting Against The Current:
17 September- SWX, Bristol
18 September- Engine Rooms. Southampton
19 September- Waterfront, Norwich
21 September- O2 Institute, Birmingham
22 September- Stylus, Leeds
23 September- O2 Ritz, Manchester
25 September- Garage, Glasgow
27 September- Riverside, Newcastle
29 September- O2 Forum Kentish Town, London