“Here is a video we did for ‘Circadian Life’ starring Chris ‘Birdy’ Bird. Big thanks to Kyle Macfadzean for making this happen and Birdy for being involved in it. The song is about the struggle of life’s most monotonous tasks, how we’re all too busy doing the things we have to do instead of the things we want to do. The video symbolises this, a ground hog day of re-occurring events, exhaustion, rushing, running and stumbling into the same repetitive dull moments we have to face every day.”
EP release this Friday, come one, come all.
Hailing from Leeds, FEHM are a three piece making pissed off post punk influenced by the likes of The Sound, The Birthday Party, Flux of Pink Indians and Honey Bane.
Due for release 25th November 2016 on cream coloured 12”, Circadian Life is their debut EP and takes the form of twenty one minutes of wailing guitars, driving drums and the ever-brooding dulcet tones of Paul Riddle. According to the band “the EP as a whole tells a story from start to finish, it’s about seeing the changes that occur in people around you and how we separate over time. More importantly, the EP reflects the monotony of everyday life and people’s’ struggle to achieve what they really want.”
The EP was recorded, mixed and mastered with Matt Peel at the Nave recording studio in Leeds in June 2016. The EP’s distinctive artwork was shot by the band’s Amy Fishlock.
Cream 12″ record. Limited to 300 and comes with download code. First 50 pre-orders will receive a FEHM patch.
1. I Scared, I Stiff
2. Circadian Life
5. Fall into Abjection
Due for release 25th November 2016 | AIH47