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"The Spin"

Taking a purely late-’90s approach, Faun had all the essentials for a genuine post-grunge pop-rock band: 5 string bass, soul patches, phaser and delay pedals, and a curly mopped singer whose intense, hunched over microphone grip was no doubt an homage to Eddie Vedder. - Nashville Scene

"Rock Redux"

Up next were Faun, who made a racket Robert Plant would’ve been proud of. - Nashville Scene


Eleven Eleven(2008)




In a musical landscape where the term “Rock” is not enough to define an artist’s style and genre is more important than content, Faun attempts to do just that by defining themselves as a rock band with substance, hoping to reach an audience with a sophisticated ear, a progressive mind, and a passion for music.

If there were ever a band that could truly feel the music they played, it would certainly be Faun. Their energetic live performances have been enthralling fans since 2006. Led by dynamic front man King Brock, the band’s onstage intensity is a reflection of their devotion to their musical craft. While those elements of the live Faun experience are certainly the most evident, the interaction with the crowd, whose energy and connection with the music often gets overlooked, pushes the band to new levels with each performance.

Eleven Eleven is Faun’s first musical offering. The collection of songs on the album combines the elements of rock music, which have been captivating listeners for decades: pulsing rhythms, loud guitars, vocal hooks, lyrical insight, and undeniable groove. Opening with the anthemic track “Fight for Right,” the album kicks in with drummer Josh West and bassist Jared Powelson laying the foundation for Brock’s emphatic message, “To prove to you - That we’re connected - In this fight for right,” and his brother John Brock’s brilliant guitar work throughout the song. Songs like “The Knot” and “Farce” showcase the band’s ability to maintain the intensity at a slower tempo. The album concludes with the dynamic “Runaway,” leaving listeners singing Brock’s thought provoking “I am just waiting to see – What you’ll turn out to be.”