The Faim Australian Headline Tour

Perth rockers The Faim have some exciting news for their Australian fans. The band have just announced dates for a huge world tour that will take in nine countries over two continents. It’s the bands first ever headline tour and the first stop is their homeland of Australia. Starting in January 2019, The Faim will play two shows in their hometown of Perth, followed by dates in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Then world domination awaits as the band head back across the Indian Ocean for headline shows in the U.K, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, Italy and France.

The Faim will be in red-hot form having just completed their first ever U.S tour supporting fellow Aussies Hands Like Houses, with dates starting in San Francisco on November 10th and wrapping in Los Angeles on December 9th. The U.S tour will also hits major cities including Chicago, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Nashville, and Atlanta.

The Faim will be performing songs from their recently released debut EP Summer Is A Curse. The EP features their breakout hit Summer Is A Curse, which crashed into the Top 20 airplay charts in Germany and most recent single A Million Stars. 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

Since the release of the EP, The Faim have clocked an impressive 8+ million total global streams, as well as over 5.5 million globally on Summer Is a Curse. The band’s music has also landed on notable Spotify playlists including New Music Friday, Rock This, The New Alt, Top of the Morning, The Scene, and New Noise.

The Faim have shared the stage with some of the world’s biggest bands including Good Charlotte, Sum 41, Goldfinger, Sleeping With Sirens, PVRIS, Lower Than Atlantis, and loads more.

All tickets on sale Friday, October 19th at 7pm AEST at 

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