ALBUM REVIEW: The Faim – Talk Talk | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 08.07.22







It might have taken Aussie pop rock group The Faim a hot minute to release the follow up to their debut record State of Mind, but the wait is finally over. Talk Talk is a journey of escapism and self-discovery set to a tracklist perfect for summer.

The anthemic melody of The Hills rings with rose-tinted nostalgia, while the dulcet and soulful Faith In Me takes things in an unexpectedly orchestral direction. Talk Talk keeps things on the lighter side, rarely plunging into the gritty depths of rock ‘n’ roll that The Faim have previously dabbled. But this, their sophomore album, epitomises The Faim’s mission to make music that they love to listen to and love to play. 


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