Rising post punk 5-piece FEHM are set to follow up their ‘Circadian Life’ EP with a brand new double A-side single ‘Human Age / Last Breath’ this October. Listen here
Hailing from Leeds, the band released their debut EP ‘Circadian Life’ on Art Is Hard just last year, winning praise from Loud & Quiet, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, DIY, Clash Magazine, Dork Magazine and Artrocker.
Meanwhile, Fehm’s live shows to date have seen them lauded for their aggressive performances and abrasive sound palette, with the band heading out in support of Eagulls, Protomartyr, METZ, Yak and Crocodiles, while the group also play select shows with Autobahn this November.
Produced by Matt Peel at Nave Studios and Fehm’s first songs written as a 5-piece, the new material is a big step forward for the band in both sound and arrangement, whilst still capturing the gloomy desperation, anxiety and urban decay of the age we live in.
New track ‘Human Age’ continues to play on this theme, written about the post-truth era we’re living in, and heading through uncharted waters where the outcome can seem bleak, but you feel hope for the other side.
‘Human Age / Last Breath’ is released through Fehm’s own imprint ‘Everything Has Meaning’ on October 28th 2017. Fehm are writing and recording their debut album for release in 2018.
28 Oct – LEEDS – Wharfchambers (single launch show)
05 Nov – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club (w/ Autobahn)
10 Nov – MANCHESTER – Off The Record
19 Nov – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club (w/ Protomartyr)