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From Friday 27 February 2015

Finch Announce Their Tour Supports

Finch have confirmed that Fort Hope and Only Rivals will support them on their upcoming UK tour. Tickets are priced at £17.50 regionally and £20 in London and go on sale today. MAY 27 GLASGOW Garage 28 NEWCASTLE University 29 MANCHESTER Academy II 31 NORWICH Waterfront JUNE 01 BRIGHTON Concorde II 02 LONDON Koko 03 BRISTOL

Friday 03 October 2014

Finch stream new album ‘Back To Oblivion’

Post-hardcore favourites Finch may have kept us waiting nine years for a follow up to 2005’s ‘Say Hello To Sunshine’ but September finally saw the release of the eagerly awaited ‘Back To Oblivion’ on Spinefarm Records. And just in case you haven’t already got hold of a copy,

Thursday 28 August 2014

LIVE: Finch @ The Underworld, London

For many fans Finch peaked over a decade ago now, their seminal album ‘What It Is To Burn’ still cited as a favourite. 2005’s ‘Say Hello To Sunshine’ was far less accessible though and the momentum slowed, leading to the band announcing their hiatus in 2006. Yet time

Wednesday 21 May 2014

Hevy Fest reveal 12 more bands for 2014

12 more acts have been announced for this year’s Hevy Fest, including the first headliner Finch who will top the main-stage on the Friday. It’ll be their first UK performance since reforming for their ‘What It Is To Burn’ 10 anniversary album shows. Winners of the Atticus band

Monday 21 April 2014

Finch’s ‘Say Hello To Sunshine’ To Get Vinyl Re-Release Treatment

Finch’s second album, 2005’s ‘Say Hello To Sunshine’, is getting re-released on yellow and blue vinyl via ShopRadioCast. The yellow edition is limited to 500 copies and the blue to 1000 – both beautiful 180g vinyl and both as a double vinyl piece. Get all the details over

Monday 01 April 2013

LIVE: Finch/ Mallory Knox at Brixton Academy, London [22/03/13]

Shortly before sitting down to pen this review, an entry on Twitter jumped off the computer screen: “Bands split up. Not many people care. Bands reform. Everyone cares. Shows sell out. Band gets rich. The end.” (Courtesy of @LJBarham) Reformation is a strong word. Finch have not reformed; they

Sunday 04 November 2012

Slow News Day #6

It’s another Sunday, so we’re here to glide you through the end of the weekend with a roundup of some of our best content from the past week. In the news this week was the demise of futures, who called it a day after

Friday 17 December 2010

Googlebot is Stoked

Finch has broken up (again). Check the comments for the full statement, and head to to hear two new tracks (& more).

Friday 16 May 2008

Finch – Camden Electric Ballroom, London

ARMOR FOR SLEEP/ FINCH @ SCALA 13/05/08 Armor For Sleep are slightly different from other pop-punk bands breaking through. Firstly they have three albums to draw from, but I never liked Dream To Make Believe and haven’t really given the latest album

Friday 08 July 2005

Finch – Leeds Met Uni