Today Fear of Men have shared a new song titled “Change Me”. The song is an early incarnation of “Erase (Aubade)” from their most…Read More
Brighton, U.K. indie pop/dream pop band Fear of Men began in early 2011 as an extension of work Jessica Weiss was making for her art degree. Weiss had been making ambient soundtrack recordings for her short films, and met guitarist Daniel Falvey when he came to the exhibition of these films. The two art students started working toward a more pop sound in bedroom recordings, and eventually made a series of lo-fi demos designed to lure in other players to be in the band. Almost immediately, the bait was taken by Alex Flynn-O’Neill, who joined in on bass, and Michael Miles on drums. Weiss took the role of lead vocalist and also played guitar. The group quickly completed a well-received cassette and quickly rose to acclaim through a series of support gigs and a string of 7″ releases on smaller indie labels such as Sex Is Disgusting and Italian Beach Babes. Fear of Men perfected their woozy sound, falling somewhere between the moody shoegaze of ’90s acts like Curve and Lush and the beachy indie currents of their own era. A compilation of various cassette and 7″ releases called Early Fragments was planned for release in early 2013 while the band prepared to record its proper debut album. By this point some bandmembers had relocated to London, but they continued to collaborate long-distance.
Today Fear of Men have streamed their forthcoming release, Fall Forever, via NPR First Listen. The album will be released on June 3rd via…Read More
UK’s Fear of Men have shared an Eleanor Hardwick and Sam Boullier directed video for “Trauma,” one of the previous singles from the band’s…Read More
Brighton, UK’s Fear of Men have shared “Sane,” the latest single from the band’s upcoming album, Fall Forever. The album is available on June…Read More
UK band Fear of Men have shared “Trauma,” another new track from the band’s upcoming album, Fall Forever. Jessica Weiss spoke to Noisey, who…Read More
Brighton, UK’s Fear of Men have released a video for “Island” via The FADER today. Video director Eleanor Hardwick says the video “explores the…Read More
UK band Fear of Men will return on June 3rd with their new release, Fall Forever, via Kanine Records. Fall Forever is the follow-up…Read More
“Sleeper” (Ty Segall cover) is the digital b-side to “Tephra,” the latest single from Fear of Men’s debut album Loom.
Fear of Men says: “We initially thought about doing this cover after seeing Ty Segall’s set when we played with him at FYF Festival in LA last summer. We recorded it in Leeds with:
On the surface, ‘Loom’, the debut LP by Brighton trio Fear of Men, is a delicate and ornate album that swirls to the sound of lead vocalist/guitarist, Jessica Weiss’ childlike voice whilst the rich textures and nods,Read More
Reading about anxiety disorders, but it also seemed quite an enigmatic string title. It’s also a phrase that Anais Nin mentions in some of her diaries, and I like the ambiguity of having boys in the band and that it could mean,Read More
Brooklyn Indie pop bnd The Pains of Being Pure at Heart just announced their third LP titled Days of Abandon. Today, the band shares the first official music video from the record, the live action GIF dinner party clip for “Simple and Sure.” The album,Read More
Brooklyn Indie Pop band The Pains of Being Pure at Heart just announced their third LP entitled Days of Abandon. Today, the band shares the first official single from the record,Read More