The Faim Join Against the Current on UK/EU Tour

Upcoming Australian titans The Faim join three piece Against the Current on their UK/EU tour


Following an already successful run across the UK and Europe, The Faim are set to make another return; this time supporting Against the Current.

Australian quartet The Faim must be riding on cloud nine during their first ever year of touring as a band. Not only have they already appeared at Slam Dunk Fest and Download earlier this year, they are set to join Waterparks and Sum 41 in Europe this Summer and even have just been announced alongside 5 Seconds of Summer over in Aus and NZ. They also have been announced as the main support for Against the Current on their UK and European shows.

They have already shared the stage with the likes of Lower Than Atlantis, Sleeping With Sirens, PVRIS, The Dangerous Summer and PVMNTS during their extensive touring schedule; stealing the show and audience hearts every time. They have the ability to capture the attention of new fans as well as completely undertake a collection of dedicated fans that would travel everywhere just to see them and show their devotion through handmade memorabilia; for a band that has only just started to make their mark, that is already an incredible feat.

Against the Current and The Faim kick off their touring schedule together in September:

15.09 Dublin, Academy
17.09 Bristol, SWX
18.09 Southampton, Engine Rooms
19.09 Norwich, Waterfront
21.09 Birmingham, Institue
22.09 Leeds, University Stylus
23.09 Manchester, Ritz
25.09 Glasgow, Garage
27.09 Newcastle, Riverside
29.09 London, Forum

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