July 1, 2020 FEAR OF MEN – INTO STRANGENESS

Brighton’s FEAR OF MEN make their long-awaited return with a foreboding, stricken new single “Into Strangness” – the band’s first song in four years – a time they say has been “overwhelming and painful, hopefully leading to tangible positive change.” Reflecting on her own journey, singer Jess Weiss continues “In contrast, this time has personally brought a lot of healing, shutting the door finally on elements that have been toxic and draining in my life for too long. This song is an assertion of a voice, a cry of independence.”

Watch a self-directed video for the track below + get via bandcamp, where the band is donating their first week of sales to The Audre Lorde Project, supporting LGBTQ+ POC in the New York area.


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