Set to release their long-awaited debut album later this year, Leeds based post-punk quintet FEHM have returned with their first single of 2019, ‘Blue Hour (Nothing Lasts Forever)‘. It’s a bleak, but powerful track that encapsulates everything that FEHM are good at. ‘Blue Hour’s intensity shines through as the track progresses and is full of heavy, bubbling synth melodies. Weighted down with a doom-laden edge, the track still fizzes with a dance-able side to it.
Speaking of ‘Blue Hour’, Paul Riddle from the band has said: “The blue hour is the transitional period between day and night, or light and dark if you will. This represents the overall metaphor within the song. The song is about someone being split in half, just like the blue hour, eventually falling deeper into darkness. Nothing lasts forever.”
‘Blue Hour’ is set for release on 1st February with FEHM’s debut album set for release later in 2019.
FEHM are also playing live across the UK over the next few months with dates as following:
26 Jan – MIDDLESBROUGH – Westgarth Social Club
15 Feb – LEICESTER – Soundhaus
16 Feb – LONDON – The Lexington
21 Feb – SHEFFIELD – The Harley
28 Feb – MANCHESTER – Gullivers
01 Mar – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club
09 Mar – GLASGOW – Broadcast