FINCH Release Music Video For “Anywhere But Here”‏

November 5, 2014



Release Music Video For

“Anywhere But Here”

Off New Album

Back To Oblivion

“Back To Oblivion walks a maddening tightrope between the gripping melodic post-hardcore of the band’s beloved 2002 debut, What It Is To Burn, and its moody, experimental follow-up, 2005’s Say Hello To Sunshine” – Alternative Press

 “The California alt rockers’ third time around is indeed charmed, as Back To Oblivion backs up the band’s 2012 reunion with a dozen melodically and dynamically diverse tracks”  Revolver

 “[Anywhere But Here] is a characteristic blend of over-sized sweeping hooks, corrosive screaming, and gritty riffing” – BULLETT Media’s apparent that the years away have taught Finch the value of restraint, texture and the opportunity of colour.” – Drowned In Sound

“Back To Oblivion is a catchy, rocking declaration of their return”

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 Finch has premiered a new music video for their track “Anywhere But Here” today. “Anywhere But Here” is taken from Finch’s new album, Back To Oblivion, which was released on September 29th on Spinefarm Records. The album is Finch’s first release since their reunion in 2012, and their first full-length since 2005’s Say Hello To Sunshine. Purchase Back To Oblivion on iTunes here: more information, visit

The Southern California band has undeniably created a lasting, formidable body of work with the two studio albums and EPs preceding Back To Oblivion – singer Nate Barcalow acknowledges that 2002’s What It Is To Burn all but “defined post-hardcore early in the decade”, while 2005’s Say Hello To Sunshine continued to shape its direction. The band honoured the demand for a celebration of What It Is To Burn’s 10th anniversary by reforming after a hiatus and playing select sold-out shows across the country in 2013.

Inspired by the creative surge brought on by these shows, Finch turned their attention to Back To Oblivion, their long-awaited third LP and a new, bold chapter in the band’s legacy. This is Finch reinvigorated, brimming with the inspiration of their earliest days, and challenging themselves by going deep into the unknown – the result is far & away the band’s most introspective and demanding work from a lyrical standpoint. The album was produced by Brian Virtue (Deftones, 30 Seconds To Mars, Jane’s Addiction, Audioslave).

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