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.