Fehm are back with a new single, ‘Scarborough Warning’

The newcomers are on the road this summer.

Leeds newcomers Fehm have dropped another track, ‘Scarborough Warning’.

The five-piece post-punkers – who released their EP ‘Circadian Life’ via Art is Hard Records in 2016, and new material last year too – are currently working their way towards a debut album.

Singer Paul Riddle says: “‘Scarborough Warning’ is fundamentally about asking questions on why we can’t all stand together regardless of sex, race or religion. It jumps between first, second and third person perspectives, from my own thought process to that of other peoples.”

The track coincides with a summer packed with live shows, including dates in Hull, Leeds, Newcastle, Manchester and London:

02 The New Adelphi, Hull
03 The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (w/ Drahla)
09 The Underground, Newcastle
10 The Castle, Manchester
11 The Shacklewell Arms, London

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