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September 2019
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The Faim are hitting the road later this year

Working under the banner of the State of Mind world tour, they're returning to the UK.
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Published: 2:32 pm, May 13, 2019
The Faim are hitting the road later this year

The Faim have announced a brand new run of live dates.

Working under the banner of the State of Mind world tour, the jaunt continues on from their sold out headline shows earlier this year, and will hit 23 cities acvross Australia, Europe and the UK.

"It’s hard to believe that 4 guys from Perth are even announcing these shows for our headline tour," says singer Josh Raven. :"We’re bringing our craziness to new cities with new songs and playing more incredible festivals like Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds and Frequency Festival. This is beyond humbling and it’s all possible because of the the incredible relationships we’ve created with you. We’re beyond excited to see all your wonderful faces."

It comes ahead of what we presume will be a debut album at some point this year, with an appearance at Reading and Leeds festivals due this August.

Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday at 9am BST. You can find the full run of shows in the poster below.

The Faim are hitting the road later this year

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