For a while, Finch fans thought that the series of What It Is to Burn reunion shows would be the last of the band. However, Finch confirmed in a statement on their Facebook page that they will not break up again, writing:
“We want to thank all of our fans for a wonderful year celebrating What It Is To Burn, the anniversary tour surpassed all of our expectations… We have the best fans in the world! Last night was the last WIITB Anniversary Show in North America, We’ll be playing WIITB in Japan and Australia in February and that will be the end of the WIITB tour. The album has meant so much to us and we cannot thank our fans enough for helping us celebrate it this past year.
We will NOT be breaking up. We have never said that we’d break up. We only knew that the anniversary tour would be limited. We will definitely be playing some shows beyond the WIITB tour and are looking forward to the future. This is because of our amazing fans… we had no idea that a couple anniversary shows would turn out to be a year long sold out world tour… Thank you. See you soon!
Nate, R2, Grizzly, Daniel and Alex”
Finch debuted a new song called “Back to Oblivion” last Saturday, which has lead to rumors that new material is in the works. The band will release the CD/DVD combo What It Is To Burn – X on February 25th via Tragic Hero Records.