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Fime – “Hover Hand”

Fuzz rock quartet Fime adopt a manta-like inflection in their recent track, “Hover Hand.” With a sound self-described as a mix of Weezer, Pavement, and the Pixies, the band churn and burn through gravely vocals, steadying drum work, and brassy distortion guitar. Lyrically, the song mulls over a depiction of scenes and imagery from the outside looking in. The video for the track captures this well, as a staticky VHS tape runs through rosy visions of weddings, Disney Land, and time spent in good company, coming off as emotive but just a little bit removed from the action. “Hover Hand” is the precursor to the band’s EP Outside, which you can stream in full here.

Written by Cassandra Dailey

Written by Cassandra Dailey