After working out of LA with names like blink-182's Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker, Perth band The Faim are set to blow up this year, following the release of their debut single and the announcement that they've signed a global deal.

The four-piece have inked a global recording contract with BMG, which Managing Director Heath Johns said is an "international recording priority".

"… We couldn’t be more hyped about the release of [debut single] Saints Of The Sinners," Johns said.

"Signed out of our US office and with a comprehensive European, North American and Australian touring plot ahead of them, we are all confident that in The Faim.

"Australian music has a rock/pop export we can all be excited about."


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The Faim are also gearing up to release their debut album, which they've worked on with mega producer, John Feldmann (blink-182, The Used, Good Charlotte).

"Working with untapped talent like The Faim doesn’t happen every day," Feldmann said.

"I see something in them that I don’t see in a lot of bands… amazing songwriters, incredible performers, great front man.

"I am so pumped for the world to hear what we have created. It is truly a piece of art and I am so grateful I followed through with having these guys out to my house after they sent me their demo!"

Following a show in their home city this month, The Faim will return to Australia after a string of UK dates in April where they will serve as the opening act for Sleeping With Sirens' headline run; click on theGuide for more details.

Listen to Saints Of The Sinners below.