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Finch release acoustic album titled “Steel, Wood, and Whiskey”

California post-hardcore group Finch have released a new acoustic album titled Steel, Wood, and Whiskey, featuring new versions of their back catalogue. You can pick it up for a “pay-what-you-want” download right here and check out “What It Is To Burn,” along with the full track listing, below!

The band’s latest album, Back To Oblivion, came out in September 2014 via Razor & Tie Records.



Finch release new music video for “Play Dead”

California post-hardcore group Finch have a new video out for their song, “Play Dead,” and you can watch it below.

The track is off the band’s latest album, Back To Oblivion, which came out back in September on Razor & Tie Records.

Finch are currently touring the US with label mates Yellowcard. Check out the dates/locations here.



Finch announces UK spring tour

California post-hardcore act Finch has just announced a tour through the United Kingdom in May and June. You can check out the dates for that tour below.

Finch’s most recent release was Back to Oblivion, which came out on Razor And Tie last year.



Finch (post-hardcore) announces spring tour with Yellowcard

California post-hardcore act Finch has just announced a spring U.S. tour supporting Yellowcard.  You can find all the dates below.

Finch’s most recent release was Back to Oblivion, which came out on Razor And Tie last year.



Yellowcard and Finch announce US tour

Florida’s Yellowcard have announced a tour of the US with support from Finch. You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Yellowcard’s most recent album, Lift A Sail, came out in October via Razor & Tie Records. Finch released their latest album, Back to Oblivion, in September, also through Razor & Tie.



Finch announces ‘Say Hello to Sunshine’ 10 year anniversary show

Still running on the high from releasing both a live album and new studio album Finch is gearing up to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their second album, Say Hello To Sunshine early next year. As of right now, the celebration will only consist of a single show in California, which you can see in the flyer below.

Finch released their new album, Back to Oblivion, on September 30, 2014 through Razor & Tie Records.



Stream a demo of Finch’s “Faster Now”

Someone has uploaded a demo of an unreleased Finch song titled “Faster Now”. The demo was recorded during the same recording sessions for their new album, Back to Oblivion. It was released as a part of the Japan-only bonus CD, but you can listen to it below.

Back to Oblivion was released on September 30, 2014 through Razor & Tie Records.  Check out our review of the album here.



Music Video: Finch – “Anywhere But Here”

Finch has released a new video for their song “Anywhere But Here,” which is off their new album Back to Oblivion.

Check out the video here.

Back to Oblivion was released on September 30, 2014 through Razor & Tie Records.  Check out our review of the album here.



Album Review: Finch – “Back to Oblivion”

If you wanted a love song to Finch‘s old records, this is it. It’s the part-screamo, mostly-post-hardcore effort that fans of the band loved and hoped would become a mainstay sound in the world of rock and roll. Sad to say, as much as I was a fan and moshed the fuck out of songs like “Untitled”, this album really ends up nodding to bands like The Used, Incubus and even Linkin Park – music that was meant to last no more than three years. Why? Because they all stuck to a formula and even when they deviated, it just couldn’t connect. When they tried to go back to nostalgic basics, that’s when the test of time came in, and you cringed wondering…’seriously, I liked this back then?’ — and this isn’t me being harsh. I can listen to records from Everclear, KoRn, Goo Goo Dolls, Thursday, FFAF and so many others without regret but when it comes to Finch, there’s just a sinking feeling that maybe you overrated them.

“Anywhere But Here” and the self-titled openers are the only tracks that really resonate. You’re left wanting to fast forward the others and praying for the record to end. The riffs are true to Finch, melodic and speedy yet very much in tune to the lyrical delivery, yet there’s just a subtle tone of boring repetition. This was an opportunity for them to amp the post-hardcore up and meet contemporary rock halfway but instead goes out the window as a wasted chance. The other tracks feel forgettable and anything but art – just products assembled in a studio with no personal link to the audience.

Maybe that’s where the disconnect is. Is it that I as a Finch fan have outgrown them and their young sound? Did I mature? Are they latching onto times past and lagging musically? Do they need to develop and roll with times? To all, I resoundingly submit yes. They came off too straightforward, quite trite and very elementary. I’m over those days to be honest but when Joyce Manor musically reels me back in to them, I’m hooked. Finch though, not so much. The instrumentation’s tight and everything seems intact apart from their writing and overall balance. “The Great Divide” and “Us vs. Them” try to salvage things (and note, they’re catchy and not bad at all) but Finch needs to contemplate how the musical landscape’s changed because they’re musically stuck in an arcane era. Adapt or die, survival of the fittest. Get with the program.

Note: I loved Finch and will continue to wear their hearts on my sleeve. But I needed a bit more from this rather than taking back to my dark-room and absconding from home-work, contemplating how to get with the hottest girl in the prom.

1.5 / 5 Stars



Full Album Stream: Finch – ‘Back to Oblivion’

Finch has teamed up with Red Bull Music to release a full stream their long-awaited third full length album, Back to Oblivion.  You can check out the album stream and an interview with the band about the recording process right here.

Back to Oblivion will be released on September 30, 2014 through Razor & Tie Records. It is the follow up to their 2005 album Say Hello to Sunshine.



Finch stream new song “Anywhere But Here,” announce tour dates

Finch are streaming a second new song off of their first studio album in nearly a decade. You can check out the song, titled “Anywhere But Here,” right here.

The song is off the upcoming album, Back To Oblivion, which is set to be released September 29th on Spinefarm Records/Razor & Tie. The band has also announced tour dates, which you can check out below.

Finch’s last studio album was 2005′s Say Hello To Sunshine. Earlier this year, they released What It Is To Burn X, a live album of the band performing their 2003 albumWhat It Is To Burn in its entirety.



Finch reveal details of “Back To Oblivion”, stream new song – “Two Guns To The Temple”

If you haven’t heard yet, Finch have a new studio album coming out for the first time in nearly a decade, and the band are now streaming a song off the album. Listen to “Two Guns To The Temple” below.

The song is off the upcoming album, Back To Oblivion, which is set to be released next month (Sept. 29th) on Spinefarm Records/Razor & Tie. Check out the full tracklisting for the album below, and watch the previously-released teaser here.

Finch’s last studio album was 2005’s Say Hello To Sunshine. Earlier this year, they released What It Is To Burn X, a live album of the band performing their 2003 album What It Is To Burn in its entirety.



Finch releases teaser video for “Back To Oblivion”

California post-hardcore veterans Finch have just released a teaser video for their upcoming album “Back To Oblivion.” The band had the following to say about the album’s release and working with Razor + Tie:

“It’s been an incredibly productive and busy year for us, we’re excited about our partnership with Razor & Tie and can’t wait to get our new record out this year. Razor & Tie pursued us from the beginning of our anniversary shows last year and has shown a lot of faith in the band, we’re making what we feel is a powerful and meaningful record and we couldn’t be happier about all the support Razor & Tie have given to us.”

Check out the video below. “Back to Oblivion” will be released September 29th 2014.



Finch announce release date for “Back to Oblivion”

California post-hardcore veterans Finch have announced that they will release their long-awaited new album Back to Oblivion on September 29th through Spinefarm Records.

We’ll keep you guys posted as more details come around. Back to Oblivion will be the follow up to the band’s last album Say Hello to Sunshine which was released in 2005.



Finch to release new album “Back To Oblivion” this September

California post-hardcore veterans Finch have just announced they will be releasing their new album “Back To Oblivion” this September via Razor & Tie Records.

We’ll keep you guys posted as more details come around. This will be the follow up to the band’s last album “Say Hello To Sunshine” which was released in 2005. Finch is currently on this year’s Warped Tour, where they recently performed a new song live.