NEW SINGLE Into Strangeness

Fear of Men (Brighton, England) release their first song in 4 years, Into Strangeness, a sub-3 minute salvo tightly wound with a post-punk energy that recalls the likes of Section 25 and AR Kane. Expanding their instrumental palette, the song opens up with disorientating atonal saxophone, inspired by the opening credits of 70's neorealist film Fear Eats the Soul, before Jessica Weiss' vocals paint an ominous picture of tension, possession and affliction. 

PRESS COVERAGE OF INTO STRANGENESS

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STEREOGUM 

"It seems that the band has only become more glowering and precise...impressively gloomy and frenetic."

 

IMPOSE

"On this dramatic and shadowy cut, Fear Of Mean take another bold creative leap forward, unleashing ominous post-punk energy with intoxicating experimental flourishes."

GORILLA VS. BEAR

"Fear of Men make their long awaited return with an intensely ominous and defiant new single"

 

CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND 

"A black-and-white howl of anguish"

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Brighton, England