[Photo by: Max Fairclough]

What’s that? You say your favorite movie is Black Swan, and you’re waiting for the postman to deliver yet another colored-vinyl variant of M A N I A? Well, check this out: Today AP premieres the new video from Australian pop-rock princes-in-waiting, the Faim. Produced by the inimitable John Feldmann and co-written with Pete Wentz, “Saints Of The Sinners” is a tough pop track that finds lead vocalist Josh Raven hitting notes in that rarified stratosphere where Brendon Urie stops to have coffee, as the rest of the band (and mysterious dancing doppelgangers) bound all over the warehouse set around him.

Stephen Beerkens, the band’s bassist and keyboardist, says the song is about “making your mark in the world, and not letting anyone stand in the way of where you want to be. It brings out the youth-fuelled rebellion of the voice in all of us that wants to be heard.” And with folks such as Feldmann and Wentz alongside Travis Barker (Blink-182), Josh Dun (twenty one pilots) and Andy “Andy Black” Biersack coming in and out of their orbit, there’s no doubt that the Faim are going to be heard everywhere. The band—who also include guitarist/keyboardist Michael Bono and drummer Sean Tighe—will have their stateside debut released later this year. However, they’ll be spending April and May playing shows in both the U.K. (with Lower Than Atlantis) and in Australia (in support of Sleeping With Sirens).

When you’re done checking out the video, you can stream/purchase the track here.

The Faim’s U.K. tour dates in support of Lower Than Atlantis:

04/02 - Lincoln @ Engine Shed

04/03 - Cambridge @ Junction

04/04 - Leamington Spa @ Assembly

04/06 - Swansea @ Sin City

04/07 - Pontypridd @ Muni Arts Centre

04/08 - Gloucester @ Guildhall

04/09 - Bath @ Komedia

04/11 - Exeter @ Lemongrove

04/12 - Southampton @ Engine Rooms

04/13 - Watford @ Colosseum

04/14 - Southend @ Chinnerys

04/15 - Brighton @ Concorde 2

05/03 - Oxford @ O2 Academy

05/04 - Reading @ Sub89

05/05 - Wrexham @ Central Station

05/07 - Liverpool @ Hangar34

05/08 - Aberdeen @ Lemon Tree

05/09 - Edinburgh @ Liquid Rooms

05/11 - Middlesbrough @ Empire

05/12 - Hull @ Welly

05/13 - York @ Fibbers

05/14 - Sheffield @ Plug

Australian dates in support of Sleeping With Sirens:

04/21 - Sydney @ Big Top

04/22 - Melbourne @ Festival Hall

04/24 - Adelaide @ Thebarton Theatre

04/25 - Perth @ Metro City

04/27 - Brisbane @ Eatons Hill Hotel

04/29 - Auckland @ Logan Campbell Centre