Today we have the premiere of the video for Leeds based quartet FEHM’s simmering ‘ Hand To Mouth’ …a politically charged song with accompanying visuals that encapsulate the sense of rage and dissatisfaction that explodes from the song. Footage of riots, police surveillance, and protest are intercut with live footage of the band. It’s from the bands EP ‘Animal Skin’ which can be purchased via their bandcamp page – fehm.bandcamp.com.
FEHM also play an EP launch show at The Waiting Room in London on Saturday 25th April and are then back on home turf in Leeds for Live At Leeds on 2nd May.
And they have just revealed another track from the EP , the strident and compelling ‘Eyes Full.’ It features another huge and foreboding vocal from front man Paul Riddle, cavernous bass lines, jagged guitars and an off kilter and slightly ghostly keyboard riff which all add to the sense of menace and atmosphere of an impending unspecified cataclysm.