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The Faim Unleash New Single And Video

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The Aussie punks return with elevating new single and video Ease My Mind via BMG Records.

Following on from their debut album ‘State of Mind’, one of Australia’s finest punk rock exports The Faim have returned. Enter ‘Ease My Mind’ – the rousing new single produced and mixed by Zakk Cervini (Bring Me The HorizonYungbludMachine Gun Kelly).

The brand new track is an emphatic and infectious anthem driven by dynamic instrumentation and far-reaching vocals. The track flourishes in vitality, with resounding drums and vigorous guitars uniting for the purifying chorus.

Alongside the single is the vivid accompanying video directed by Drew Kendall. Shot at various locations in Western Australia, the clip takes cues from 1980s aesthetics with retro props and colour schemes. Focusing heavily on the performance with slow zooms and panning shots, the video’s multicoloured visuals juxtapose the song’s dark sentiment.

Bassist, keyboardist and songwriter Stephen Beerkens commented:

‘Ease My Mind was written last year during a very unpredictable period of my life. Unable to do the things that meant the most to me, I found myself dealing with stress and emotions I’d never experienced. During this time, I was constantly looking for someone or something to lean on and wrote ‘Ease My Mind’ about processing and dealing with these emotions.’

Since the band’s inception, they have accumulated over 130 million streams and sold out headline shows around the world. They have worked with the likes of Pete Wentz (Fall Out Boy), Mark Hoppus (Blink-182) and Josh Dun (Twenty One Pilots).

‘Our hearts and souls are on our sleeves 100 per cent of the time” says Stephen. ‘The goal is to play music we love for our entire career.’

‘Ease My Mind’ is available worldwide now via BMG.

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