Finch have revealed that their new album is titled 'Back To Oblivion' and will be released Sept. 30 via Razor & Tie.
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The last full-length Finch studio album was 2005's 'Say Hello to Sunshine.' After playing some reunion shows for the 10th anniversary of their 'What It Is to Burn' album, they released the 'What It Is to Burn - X' live CD/DVD in January. Now they have signed with Razor & Tie for a new studio record.
It started with a few home state shows to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of their 'What It Is to Burn' album. From there, more shows and a live album followed. And now Finch's reunion is proving to be more than a one-off nostalgia-based thing as the band has revealed that a new album is coming this year.
Finch ended their hiatus in 2012 to reunite for a handful of 'What It Is to Burn' 10th Anniversary shows. That eventually led to more dates that in turn provided a new live album taken from the performances. Now, as the band get ready to drop their 'What It Is to Burn - X' concert album on March 25, they've teamed with Loudwire to exclusively bring you the live video for 'Perfection Through Silence.'
There were a lot of happy fans last fall when Finch decided to regroup to play some dates commemorating the tenth anniversary of their breakout album 'What It Is to Burn.' There are even more ecstatic people now that the group has decided to expand the trek outside of California to other North American and European stops this year. Adding to the excitement, the band has also revealed the support acts for a number of their upcoming dates.
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.
When Californian post-hardcore band Finch released their 2002 album, 'What It Is To Burn,' the group gave two different versions of the title track to their fans. The shorter, more polished version was used for a music video, but a mass of Finch fans view the longer, more orchestral version of the song as the greater work.