The Faim Presents a  Riveting Take on Humanity in  "Humans" Video

The Faim have yet again proved why you need to be keeping your eye on these Australian up-and-comers. Ahead of their upcoming The Noise and Ones To Watch presents co-headlining tour with Stand Atlantic, WSTR, Hold Close, and Point North emerging alternative-rock outfit The Faim has just delivered a riveting new music video for their single "Humans."

The Joe Mischo-directed video sees the band adopting the role of prisoners in a foreign land, presenting a bleak and atmospheric visual accompaniment to their already anthem single. Bassist and keyboardist Stephen Beerkens spoke on the  "Humans video," sharing,  

"Creating the music video for our latest single 'Humans' was our favorite shoot to date. We worked with an amazing team in Los Angeles, who helped capture the entire video in just one day. The concept represents us searching for both our differences and the things we have in common, which also encapsulates the essence of the song: What it means to be human."

To check out the new eye-opening and cinematic visual for "Humans," be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order The Faim's debut album State Of Mind before it hits stores September 13 and grab tickets to see them out on tour here!

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