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Finch Announce Plans for Live ‘What It Is to Burn’ Anniversary Tour CD/DVD

There’ve been a lot of happy fans over the past year as “gone too soon” rockers Finch reunited to mark the 10-year anniversary of their ‘What It Is to Burn?’ album. Now fans will be even happier as the group is planning to issue a live document from their recent trek.

Tragic Hero Records has revealed plans to release ‘What It Is to Burn – X,’ a CD/DVD that was recorded at The Glasshouse in Pomona, Calif. where the band performed their full album in its entirety. A teaser trailer for the disc can be seen above.

‘What It Is to Burn’ was the band’s debut album and their most successful release. The album included such standouts as ‘Letters to You,’ ‘New Beginnings’ and the title track. Finch are currently winding down their ‘What It Is to Burn’ touring. The remaining dates on the run can be seen here.

The new CD/DVD will be available in stores and online on Jan. 7, but pre-orders for the effort can currently be placed at the Tragic Hero MerchNow Store.

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