Aussie Band Team Up With Blink-182 & Twenty One Pilots Members On New Song

Perth band The Faim (formerly known as Small Town Heroes) have been recording a bunch new music over the course of 2017, and now it’s been revealed that they’ve finished writing a new song with some surprise VIP guests.

They recorded a new track in LA recently, bringing on Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Twenty One Pilots‘ Josh Dun to help put it together.

“It was inspiring to work with such iconic musicians who we have looked up to for so long,” say the band in a statement.

“Both guys were super warm and we ended up writing a really powerful song that we can’t wait for everyone to hear.”

The new track (which is yet to be released) isn’t the first time The Faim have worked with big names, having smashed out some recording sessions with Blink-182’s Travis Barker, as well as Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz earlier in the year as well.

The band have also revealed recently they sat down for a writing session with Ashton Irwin of 5 Seconds Of Summer.

The Faim are posting regular Vlog updates to their Instagram as they continue to put together their first release under their new name.

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