Finch Streams New Music, Reveals Tour Dates
Hardcore-band-of-the-early-aughts Finch is still alive and kicking, folks. On their website, they’re now streaming a second new song, “Two Guns to the Temple”, off their newest album, Back To Oblivion, out September 29 via Razor & Tie. It’s their first new music in nearly a decade, and to commemorate the occasion, they’re going out on tour. They’ll start the day after their release on September 30 at San Diego’s The Casbah, and then continue to Santa Ana, CA; Salt Lake City, UT; Denver, CO; Minneapolis, MN; Detroit, MI; Chicago, IL; Pittsburgh, PA; New York, NY (at Gramercy Theater); Raleigh, NC; Houston, TX (at Warehouse Live); Austin, TX; Tucson, AZ; Sacramento, CA; and Los Angeles, CA. They’ll wrap things up at the Ventura Theatre in Ventura, CA on November 8. Joining Finch will be Weatherbox and Maps & Atlases. For more information on ticketing and on-sale times, visit Finch’s website.
Hailing from Temecula, CA, Finch is currently comprised of Nate Barcalow, Alex “Grizzly” Linares, Alex Pappas, Randy “R2K” Strohmeyer, and Daniel Wonacott. The band has released three full-length studio albums, including 2002’s What It Is To Burn, their major breakthrough. The band declared a hiatus in 2006 after releasing Say Hello to Sunshine, but they reformed quickly in 2007, only to disband again in 2010.
Finch Dates & Tickets
Finch Video for “What It Is To Burn”
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