Finch release second single

2014-09-01 by ud106c | 18 Comments
'Anywhere But Here', the second single from Finch's upcoming album Back to Oblivion,
has been released to the public. The album is due to come out September 30.

Listen to the song here:
http://bullettmedia.com/article/premiere-finch-return-melodic-screamy-form-anywhere/

Tagged: Finch

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ProjectFreak
September 1st 2014
2101 Comments


Song is ok i guess

StKiyo
September 1st 2014
377 Comments


A new Incubus song again?

Abscurat
September 1st 2014
58 Comments


I guess we're not gettin' SHtS II, not even close.

OwMySnauze
September 1st 2014
1682 Comments


Like I said, this band should've stayed dead.

Dancedrewdance
September 1st 2014
1169 Comments


I thought it was awesome!!

StKiyo
September 1st 2014
377 Comments


Oh, but the song rocks.

Willie
Moderator
September 1st 2014
17288 Comments


The album isn't as good as either of the other two and it takes more listens to fully let it sink in. Those two things are going to probably be issues. It's definitely like WIITB without the instant hooks and SHTTS without the outbursts -- so what's left? I think that's going to be the big argument. I personally like it.

Digging: Samael - Hegemony

CutMan
September 1st 2014
1918 Comments


This is miles better than WIITB, it sounds more like a mellower SHTSS to me. Like the mellow bits from songs like "Bitemarks And Blood Stains", y'know?

Like, really, does no one remember how pop punk-y and emo-y WIITB was?

CutMan
September 1st 2014
1918 Comments


Also, holy shit, I love this.

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
September 1st 2014
15749 Comments


"Like, really, does no one remember how pop punk-y and emo-y WIITB was?"

like really, everyone does. that's why SHTS is so much better. I have a feeling I might actually like this record a lot though. Nate's voice is one of my favorites ever.


CutMan
September 2nd 2014
1918 Comments


Calc, nah, clearly not everyone. I'm referring to the people claiming this sounds more like WIITB, and/or nothing like SHTS. I've seen that opinion going around, confuses me.

MuhNamesTyler
September 2nd 2014
6179 Comments


Not really what I was expecting but I can dig it, albeit kind of boring

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
September 2nd 2014
39297 Comments


Thanks for not making either single available in Australia



you cunts

Mabbitt
September 2nd 2014
1576 Comments


Stylistically, it's cool. The song itself could be better.

killerK1
September 2nd 2014
116 Comments


bleh. i miss the unpredictable turns from SHTS. these songs are kind of boring to me.

StKiyo
September 2nd 2014
377 Comments


It sounds like SHTS + Make Yourself

theNateman
September 2nd 2014
3063 Comments


This Song convinced me to preorder the record. I hope i wont be let down

StrizzMatik
September 6th 2014
3605 Comments


Finch - Anywhere But Here Guitar Lesson:
http://youtu.be/-v2AQwbutIM

Very cool of the band to do this. It would be
sweet if they did it for the whole record

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