Look out, pop punk fans! There is a new up and coming group of rockers called The Faim from the Land Down Under. Ahead the release of their debut album, ‘State of Mind’, on Friday September 13 the group released a new single on Monday titled “Beautiful Drama”.  

The piece opens with a lone guitar riff before lead sing Josh Raven chimes in with a punch drumbeat. His vocals, which are delivered with a rhythmic pulse, talk about the drama from a relationship that many would categorize as complicated at best. The back and forth in the lyrics drive home the complicated nature of the relationship that the singer can’t seem to live without, but drives him up a wall. 

The song really opens up when the chorus hits, with the full band joining Raven and the drums with melodies and counter harmonies, and Raven Singing that he “can’t live without Beautiful Drama”. The next lines talks about the will of her father, which would imply that the complicated relationship is not one the girls father approves of, and might be the source of the drama Raven sings about. 

The song goes onto talk about the addicting nature of the drama the relationship brings, and about how no pain could be enough to make him not want to be a part of the “Beautiful Drama”. 

State of Mind comes out Friday September 13, and this punk is certainly excited to hear what’s in store. 

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