Vein.fm Post New Track, “Fear in Non Fiction” Featuring Thursday’s Geoff Rickly


Vein.fm, formerly known as Vein, have dropped another single from their forthcoming album, This World Is Going To Ruin You, which will arrive on March 4. Its first single, “The Killing Womb,” arrived in early January, and now a new track has appeared called “Fear in Non Fiction” that features a guest vocal spot from Thursday’s Geoff Rickly.

Rickly offered of the collaboration:

“Vein.fm continually give me hope. They never stop pushing: pushing the limits of of their sound, pushing themselves to the edge of their physical abilities to make noise. On this album, they incorporate avant-garde elements, socially acute lyrics and wild soundscapes, without ever sacrificing the absolute brutality of their early songs. I’m so excited to be a part of this record — a record that will push us all forward.”

You can listen to “Fear in Non Fiction” and watch its video below.

Vein.fm will hit the road with Touché Amoré this spring. Dates:

3/4           Oakland, CA                Starline Social Club
3/5           Los Angeles, CA         Belasco Theater
3/6           San Diego, CA            SOMA (Side Stage)
3/8           Phoenix, AZ                 Rebel Lounge
3/10         Austin, TX                    Mohawk
3/11         Dallas, TX                    Club Dada
3/12         Houston, TX                Warehouse Live
3/14         Orlando, FL                 The Social
3/15         Atlanta, GA                  The Masquerade
3/16         Columbia, SC              New Brookland Tavern
3/18         Washington, DC          Black Cat
3/19         Philadelphia, PA          Union Transfer
3/20         New York, NY              Irving Plaza
3/22         Hamden, CT                Space Ballroom
3/23         Boston, MA                  Paradise Rock Club
3/24         Montréal, QC               Théâtre Fairmount
3/25         Toronto, ON                Velvet Underground
3/26         Detroit, MI                    Magic Stick
3/28         Minneapolis, MN         Amsterdam Bar & Hall
3/29         Chicago, IL                  Metro
3/30         St. Louis, MO              Off Broadway
4/1           Denver, CO                 Marquis Theater
4/2           Salt Lake City, UT       Soundwell
4/5           Calgary, AB                 Commonweath
4/6           Edmonton, AB             The Starlite Room
4/8           Vancouver, BC            Venue
4/9           Seattle, WA                 The Crocodile
4/10         Portland, OR               Star Theater
4/12         Santa Cruz, CA           Atrium at Catalyst

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