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Finch Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Fan Reviews

Richard
November 15th 2023
Absolutely loved this! Possibly once in a lifetime opportunity to see them again, so I had to go! Met some amazing fans too! So good to see the band on their 20th anniversary What It Is to Burn UK tour!
London, United Kingdom@
O2 Forum Kentish Town
Bex
November 9th 2023
Just awesome. Amazing gig, everyone rocking their hearts out!
London, United Kingdom@
O2 Forum Kentish Town
Ryan
September 19th 2023
Amazing!!!!!! Never thought I’d have the change to see Finch!
Buffalo, NY@
Rec Room
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About Finch

There are four bands called Finch:

1. American alternative/post-hardcore band

Finch is an American post-hardcore band from Temecula, California. They reformed from hiatus in November 2007 after a two year break. They have completed a reunion tour across the east coast, west coast's of America and the U.K. They are currently working on a new E.P to be released in July 2008.

They are currently unsigned, focusing on more freedom to work independent from a record label. The band was formerly part of Drive-Thru Records who had a contract with MCA Records to transfer bands to their label. MCA Records was later bought out by Geffen Records. The band formed in 1999 and were originally a Deftones cover band. Starting out as entirely different band called Numb, they added Randy to the fold, re-named themselves Finch and changed tunings from C to D Flat. Their EP Falling Into Place sold over 6,000 copies only months after being released.

In August/September 2001, the band entered the studio up at Big Fish studio in Encinitas, CA to begin working on their first full length, What It Is to Burn. It was produced by Mark Trombino, who had worked with Jimmy Eat World, Blink-182 (Randy Strohmeyer's, at the time, favorite band), Midtown and many others. After touring extensively (2 years) in support of this CD, Finch contributed a new song Worms of the Earth to the motion picture Underworld soundtrack in 2003, that track was also included on "Atticus Clothing's... Dragging The Lake 2". It signaled a taste of things to come for Finch's music. Following this was a lengthy departure from the public eye, which developed into trying times for the band. Mark Trombino was fired as the producer of the new album, founding drummer Alex Pappas left the band due to musical differences, and pressure was coming down from the label to hurry up and get the album finished. Eventually Finch found their producer, Jason Cupp.

Finch finally released their highly anticipated sophomore effort Say Hello to Sunshine on June 7, 2005.

On February 19th 2006, the band's official website, www.finchmusic.com, announced that the band were going on "indefinite hiatus", claiming there were various reasons behind the decision, the most important of which simply being the band members had "different individual priorities". It has been reported that some members of Finch are already jamming with new projects, such as "The Sound of Animals Fighting".

On 29th October 2007, the band announced that they were reforming. They are touring in January and February of 2008 on both the West and East coasts, as well as in the mid-western states. They played The Bamboozle Festival, Left and Right, and while doing so announced that they will be releasing a new EP during the summer, and will be touring the US with the band Scary Kids Scaring Kids.

2. 70's Dutch Prog-Act:

Finch is a progressive rock band from the Netherlands from the 1970's. The band is probably best known for its debut instrumental album Glory of the Inner Force (1975), on which the band demonstrates its own interpretation of progressive rock with some influences from jazz music.

Other releases by Finch: Beyond Expression (1976), Galleons of Passion (1977)

3. 70's Aussie Rockers

Finch were also an Australian band that released two albums, Thunderbird (1976) and Nothing to Hide (1977).

4. 60's Garage Rock Group

Another Finch were a 60's garage rock band from Milwaukee.
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Genres:
Emo, Punk
Hometown:
Dasserat, Canada

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
Concerts Near You
All Concerts & Live Streams

Live Photos of Finch

View All Photos
Finch's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Richard
November 15th 2023
Absolutely loved this! Possibly once in a lifetime opportunity to see them again, so I had to go! Met some amazing fans too! So good to see the band on their 20th anniversary What It Is to Burn UK tour!
London, United Kingdom@
O2 Forum Kentish Town
Bex
November 9th 2023
Just awesome. Amazing gig, everyone rocking their hearts out!
London, United Kingdom@
O2 Forum Kentish Town
Ryan
September 19th 2023
Amazing!!!!!! Never thought I’d have the change to see Finch!
Buffalo, NY@
Rec Room
View More Fan Reviews

About Finch

There are four bands called Finch:

1. American alternative/post-hardcore band

Finch is an American post-hardcore band from Temecula, California. They reformed from hiatus in November 2007 after a two year break. They have completed a reunion tour across the east coast, west coast's of America and the U.K. They are currently working on a new E.P to be released in July 2008.

They are currently unsigned, focusing on more freedom to work independent from a record label. The band was formerly part of Drive-Thru Records who had a contract with MCA Records to transfer bands to their label. MCA Records was later bought out by Geffen Records. The band formed in 1999 and were originally a Deftones cover band. Starting out as entirely different band called Numb, they added Randy to the fold, re-named themselves Finch and changed tunings from C to D Flat. Their EP Falling Into Place sold over 6,000 copies only months after being released.

In August/September 2001, the band entered the studio up at Big Fish studio in Encinitas, CA to begin working on their first full length, What It Is to Burn. It was produced by Mark Trombino, who had worked with Jimmy Eat World, Blink-182 (Randy Strohmeyer's, at the time, favorite band), Midtown and many others. After touring extensively (2 years) in support of this CD, Finch contributed a new song Worms of the Earth to the motion picture Underworld soundtrack in 2003, that track was also included on "Atticus Clothing's... Dragging The Lake 2". It signaled a taste of things to come for Finch's music. Following this was a lengthy departure from the public eye, which developed into trying times for the band. Mark Trombino was fired as the producer of the new album, founding drummer Alex Pappas left the band due to musical differences, and pressure was coming down from the label to hurry up and get the album finished. Eventually Finch found their producer, Jason Cupp.

Finch finally released their highly anticipated sophomore effort Say Hello to Sunshine on June 7, 2005.

On February 19th 2006, the band's official website, www.finchmusic.com, announced that the band were going on "indefinite hiatus", claiming there were various reasons behind the decision, the most important of which simply being the band members had "different individual priorities". It has been reported that some members of Finch are already jamming with new projects, such as "The Sound of Animals Fighting".

On 29th October 2007, the band announced that they were reforming. They are touring in January and February of 2008 on both the West and East coasts, as well as in the mid-western states. They played The Bamboozle Festival, Left and Right, and while doing so announced that they will be releasing a new EP during the summer, and will be touring the US with the band Scary Kids Scaring Kids.

2. 70's Dutch Prog-Act:

Finch is a progressive rock band from the Netherlands from the 1970's. The band is probably best known for its debut instrumental album Glory of the Inner Force (1975), on which the band demonstrates its own interpretation of progressive rock with some influences from jazz music.

Other releases by Finch: Beyond Expression (1976), Galleons of Passion (1977)

3. 70's Aussie Rockers

Finch were also an Australian band that released two albums, Thunderbird (1976) and Nothing to Hide (1977).

4. 60's Garage Rock Group

Another Finch were a 60's garage rock band from Milwaukee.
Show More
Genres:
Emo, Punk
Hometown:
Dasserat, Canada

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