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Green Sea (Beta Frontiers Remix) was the first I heard of Fear of Men (excellent remix, btw). They'll be the next big thing, just you watch!! Their music is completely beautiful, with an extraordinary beat. I can barely contain my excitement for the release of this cd! PUSH THE SPLINTER DEEPER...

Love it!

I downloaded seer a couple of days ago and have listened to it literally dozens of times since then, just over and over again. Now I'm going to download the rest of the album and listen to absolutely nothing else while the snow melts and summer rolls around. Amazing album, these people are perfect.

Entry level Smiths type band

I gave all the previews a valid try, but the guitars have moments where they're so out of tune from one another it's very difficult to not cringe….

The singer is very good, but the phrasing is too much like Morrissey for my taste. She sounds like a sweet heart and can definitely sing though….

The writing is ok, but a bit too repetitive. Very 80's, which isn't bad, but the influences are too strong and it becomes too much very quickly….

The other Album and customer reviews were too 1 sided, so I thought I'd add my 2 cents.

Thanks in advance for not blasting my review :-)


Formed: 2011 in Brighton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Brighton, U.K. indie pop/dream pop band Fear of Men began in early 2011 as an extension of work Jessica Weiss was making for her art degree. Weiss had been making ambient soundtrack recordings for her short films, and met guitarist Daniel Falvey when he came to the exhibition of these films. The two art students started working toward a more pop sound in bedroom recordings, and eventually made a series of lo-fi demos designed to lure in other players to be in the band. Almost immediately, the bait...
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