The Faim’s new single is all kinds of wonderful

Amelie is the fiery new pop-rock track you needed in your life. 

Aussie outfit The Faim have shared another brand new song, Amelie, in anticipation of their forthcoming debut album, which is due in September. Amelie is an explosive pop-rock anthem that follows the release of Fire, the first track from the record that dropped in January.

According to frontman Josh Raven, “The concept behind Amelie draws on the idea that everyone is born the same, but we become the people we are due to the influence of our surroundings. These influences can affect us both positively and negatively, but only we control the way we react to them.”

The official music video for Amelie is also out today, which captures The Faim on their first ever headline tour of Europe and Australia, where the majority of shows sold out completely or were upgraded due to popular demand. This achievement marks a huge milestone in the group’s career, considering they played their first live shows just over a year ago.

The Faim will be heading back to North American in April and May for their massive tour supporting Black Veil Brides’ frontman, Andy Black, on his solo headline run. The 28-date trek launches on 7 April in Sacramento and concludes in Virginia Beach on 17 May. The four-piece were also just confirmed to play Reading & Leeds Festivals in the U.K. for the second year in a row, sharing the BBC Radio 1 Stage with Bastille, CHVRCHES, The Story So Far, and more.

Catch The Faim at Reading and Leeds Festival this summer:
23 August – Leeds Festival (BBC Radio 1 Stage)
25 August – Reading Festival (BBC Radio 1 Stage)