Finch Post New Demo
2009-05-31 by Are You A Wizard? | 10 Comments
Californian post-hardcore act Finch have posted a new demo entitled 'Hail To The Fire' to MySpace.

The track is taken from the sessions for the band's upcoming third, as yet untitled, full length album.

The band posted in a blog: "So, some people say we're bad at keeping everyone up to speed on what we're doing... I guess it's a good time for an update.

"Since we released the EP last August, we've done some pretty heavy touring around the US, UK, Australia and Japan. We released the self titled EP without a label and have been touring without a label for the last year and half... or however long the band has been back together... All of that has been great and all of us in the band have had such a good time working hard and reintroducing the band to everyone and all that...
For the last few months we've been busy writing the new album, which is going well.

"We've still got some work to do, but have finished a bunch of demos and are really hoping to be in the studio this summer recording a brand new full length. We're currently weighing our options as far as getting the record made, finding a vehicle in which to deliver it (record label or what have you) But our priority right now is writing writing writing... hopefully we'll have everything wrapped up soon and be in the studio putting the record together.

"We've got a couple shows coming up so we can try out a bunch of these new songs... so make sure you make it those shows if you can. We can't wait to get in the studio and get this new record out to you as soon as possible."


www.myspace.com/finchmusic
Tagged: Finch (US)

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Phantom
May 31st 2009
8930 Comments


Yaaaay

Sounds promising.

Waior
May 31st 2009
11452 Comments


Is the track any good? Myspace isn't working for me.

marksellsuswallets
May 31st 2009
4848 Comments


Song is pretty great one and a half thumbs up.

Phantom
May 31st 2009
8930 Comments


Yup, it's pretty solid. Sounds like a progression on the style on Say Hello To Sunshine and the Finch EP.

I can't wait for the new album now.

HipsterHolocaust
May 31st 2009
774 Comments


Such a good band.

handoman
May 31st 2009
2386 Comments


sounds cool. i still need their ep

AFI084
June 2nd 2009
32 Comments


No, this song is not good. The instrumentations is incredibly average, none of the vocals are any good, and the song sounds uninspired and unoriginal. Until Finch stops trying so hard to make "heavy" music, they won't get any respect within the genre.

Xlll
November 5th 2009
14 Comments


:: Face Palm + Face Smash on Keyboard ::


are you serious?

robertsona
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2009
15044 Comments


miro by this band is one of the best songs ever


just saying

Athom
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2009
17215 Comments


I have the demos, they're all great.

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