Finch Signs With Razor & Tie

2014-05-02 by Green Baron | 30 Comments
Californian post-hardcore band Finch have signed with Razor & Tie as they prepare to release their third studio album with producer Brian Virtue, known for his work with Deftones
and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

"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
", the band said in a joint statement.

A new single from the album is set to be released in June, with Finch playing multiple dates on this year's Warped Tour.

Tagged: Finch (US)

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Kris.
May 1st 2014
12836 Comments


thought these guys broke up??

Green Baron
May 1st 2014
21843 Comments


reformed last year

OwMySnauze
May 1st 2014
1341 Comments


Band should've stayed dead.

Calc
May 1st 2014
12890 Comments


^^you shut your hole

Digging: Poloniumcubes - Three

cryptside
Contributing Reviewer
May 1st 2014
2346 Comments


Super excited for this.

ReAnimator
May 2nd 2014
345 Comments


Awww yeee

tinathefatlard
May 2nd 2014
1608 Comments


Lol @ irony of Snauze's username, eh Calc?

joshuahuntkc
May 2nd 2014
1700 Comments


They were super good when I saw them live but they aren't relevant anymore so I don't see the point of releasing a new album.

henryChinaski
May 2nd 2014
3214 Comments


Good for them I guess.

savaah
May 2nd 2014
516 Comments


"they aren't relevant anymore so I don't see the point of releasing a new album."

This is true but I would listen anyway. SHTS kicks ass so it's interesting to see their actual follow up to that album.

Calc
May 2nd 2014
12890 Comments


"they aren't relevant anymore so I don't see the point of releasing a new album."

this is some dumb logic lol, 99.9% of people/groups who release music aren't relevant. releasing music is what makes you relevant.


savaah
May 2nd 2014
516 Comments


↑ I think (s)he was saying they actually were relevant once and releasing new music now that they are not is a little too late but what the hell

ProjectFreak
May 2nd 2014
1639 Comments


CHOO CHOO HYPE TRAIN

tcat84
May 2nd 2014
962 Comments


"they aren't relevant anymore so I don't see the point of releasing a new album."

yeah so new bands that haven't ever released anything should give up now...

joshuahuntkc
May 2nd 2014
1700 Comments


No. That's not at all what I'm saying. The genre of music that Finch played a decade ago hasn't changed one bit in this entire time. It was basically a one hit wonder record and the margin of it's success was pretty slim. Throughout that whole time the band has reformed and broken up who knows how many times and the new music they have released has been lackluster. Unless they totally change their sound (which I highly doubt they are going to do) they are totally irrelevant and only the people who love the band for nostalgia are going to give a shit.

Rickislost
May 2nd 2014
28 Comments


I think they will still be relevant, they had an extremely well received tour and a lot of the current crop of bands have been influenced by Finch. Even if they released Say Hello to Sunshine Mk2 it would sit well within current releases

Adabelle
May 2nd 2014
4272 Comments


No wayyy, mental

Calc
May 2nd 2014
12890 Comments


that logic is still not very good, black sabbath released an album last year damn near 20 years after their last record and not only was it "relevant" it was well received. and correct me if I'm wrong but they didn't all of a sudden start playing jazz fusion.

Azn.
May 2nd 2014
5618 Comments


I'm sure people will appreciate a Finch release

cryptside
Contributing Reviewer
May 2nd 2014
2346 Comments


Agreed with Calc on this one. Plus, relevancy is not what makes a good record anyway.

Azn.
May 2nd 2014
5618 Comments


yeah who actually cares about relevancy

accompliceofmydeath
May 2nd 2014
4314 Comments


I saw these guys like 6 years ago once and they covered Far. It was cool. That is all.

Rickislost
May 2nd 2014
28 Comments


In any case it will be interesting to see how the ideas of the band have changed in the 9 years since their last album.

Rickislost
May 2nd 2014
28 Comments


I am looking forward to seeing the results

Hopelust
May 2nd 2014
1628 Comments


This whole relevancy convo is aggravating.

Fieryfenderz
May 2nd 2014
1580 Comments


Not popular? Not playing the currently hyped genre? Don't make music!

/s

DirEnRefused
May 2nd 2014
2341 Comments


I give zero fucks about relevance but considering the statements lead me to believe this is just an attempted rehash of WIITB, right now down to the comeback tour of that album, I'm not getting my hopes up.

Sunshine was the tits though, make no mistake.

tcat84
May 2nd 2014
962 Comments


the band was just starting to evolve when they quit


cvlts
May 2nd 2014
9169 Comments


should name their album Is... (Really) Dead

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JohnDillinger
May 3rd 2014
85 Comments


almost ten years after the last album... this will be dissappointed nostalgia all over



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