Finch were one of the more promising bands of the early 2000s, but label and band issues eventually led to their split in 2010. However, the group members have been talking of late and decided to reunite to pay tribute to their stellar major label debut, 'What It Is to Burn,' which is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

The disc spawned three singles, led by the outstanding title track and followed by 'New Beginnings' and 'Letters to You.' The 'What It Is to Burn' single recently placed at No. 47 on Loudwire's Top 21st Century Hard Rock Songs list.

However, the group had trouble maintaining that momentum after their breakout disc. In 2006 they went on hiatus so that the band members could pursue other projects, but a year later the discussion of a Finch DVD got the group talking again and they decided to reform. The band started showcasing new material and released a four-song EP with plans to follow with a full-length. Unfortunately, a period of inactivity followed and that third studio album never came to fruition.

Recently, the band members have been more active in posting material on their Facebook page, leading to speculation that something was in the works. They confirmed their reunion in a posting that read:

Finch will be reuniting to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 'What It Is to Burn' on Feb. 1, 2013 at the Glasshouse in Pomona, Calif. We are excited to play 'What It Is to Burn' from front to back in its entirety. Ticket information will be released soon. We'll see you at the show!

Love Finch,

Nate Barcalow, Randy Strohmeyer, Alex Linares, Daniel Wonacott and Alex Pappas

It is not known whether or not Finch will continue beyond the one date.