The Faim Announce Headline World Tour

Aussie alt-rock band The Faim have announced a massive world tour, which will see them playing various cities in Australia, the UK and mainland Europe over the coming summer months!

Alongside performing in new cities, the band will also be appearing at a handful of festivals – including slots at Reading and Leeds Festival and Lollapalooza Berlin.

The ‘State of Mind’ world tour follows up their sold-out debut headline run where they kicked off the beginning of 2019 with a bang, and they haven’t slowed down since. The Faim only have a few dates left touring in America, where they’re supporting Andy Black on his solo ventures.

Tickets for the ‘State of Mind’ tour will be available to purchase here from Friday 17th May. Tour dates are as follows:


12 July – The Zoo, Brisbane (all ages)

12 July –  The Zoo, Brisbane (18+)

13 July – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide

14 July – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (all ages)

14 July – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (18+)

17 July – The Factory, Sydney

19 July – Vision Studios, Perth (all ages)

20 July – Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth (18+)


17 Aug – Frequency Festival, St Polten, Austria

19 Aug – Colos-Saal, Aschaffenburg, Germany

20 Aug – Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands

21 Aug – Den Eglantier, Antwerp, Belgium

23 Aug – Reading & Leeds Festival, Leeds, UK

25 Aug – Reading & Leeds Festival, Reading, UK

27 Aug – Academy 2, Dublin, Ireland

28 Aug – Oh Yeah, Belfast, UK

29 Aug – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh, UK

30 Aug – Arts Club, Liverpool, UK

31 Aug – Corporation, Sheffield, UK


01 Sept – Epic Studios, Norwich, UK

04 Sept – Den Atelier, Luxembourg

05 Sept – Skaters Palace, Münster, Germany

07 Sept – Hydrozagadka, Warsaw, Poland

08 Sept – Lollapalooza Berlin, Germany

10 Sept – Tower, Bremen, Germany

11 Sept – Meetfactory, Prague, Czech Republic

Check out the music video for The Faim’s latest single, ‘Amelie’ below!

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Written by Georgia Brown

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