FEN: 'A Long Line Final' Video Released

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based progressive rockers FEN have released the music video for the song "A Long Line Final", from their fifth and latest album, "Of Losing Interest", released last summer via indie label Ripple Music.

FEN's heaviest and most technical album to date, "Of Losing Interest" revisits the band’s harder-edged metallic past while retaining the melodic sensibilities that made "Trails Out of Gloom" so alluring. Co-produced by Mike Southworth, his fourth with the band, "Of Losing Interest" is a contrast of technical virtuosity layered against warm low end organics.

"Of Losing Interest" track listing:

01. Riddled (03:55)
02. Of Losing Interest (04:59)
03. Nice For Three Days (04:04)
04. A Long Line (04:43)
05. The Glove (03:23)
06. Drunken Relief (04:26)
07. Light Up The End (03:34)
08. Pilot Plant (06:03)
09. Snake Path (03:17)

The band will perform at this year's Telus Ski & Snowboard festival kick-off on March 21 at the Electric Owl (926 Main St.) in Vancouver.


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