Nate Barcalow’s (formerly of Finch) new band, Private Lives, have launched a PledgeMusic campaign.
Nate Barcalow, formerly of Finch, did a video interview with Bridge the Atlantic about the band’s break-up.
The other members of Finch have posted a response to frontman Nate Barcalow’s post yesterday about the band breaking up. You can read that below. So, now everybody’s been thrown under the bus and a bunch of demos are uploaded on YouTube.
Nate Barcalow has posted on Instagram that Finch have broken up. He has also posted up a bunch of Finch demos from 2015 on YouTube.
Senses Fail’s Facebook page has posted up a little preview of the new project Buddy and members of Finch are working on called Speak The Truth Even If Your Voice Shakes.
Randy Strohmeyer (Finch) and Jamison Covington (Jamisonparker) have started the new band Haunted Houses. Their first single “Looking Backwards” is streaming on Facebook.
Buddy Nielsen of Senses Fail is singing in a new band with members of Finch, called Speak the Truth, that apparently sounds like “2002.”
For this week’s “Throwback Thursday” gallery I wanted to go back into the archives to see what I had stored on film. That’s when I found an old box of photos from Finch playing at Endfest on June 22nd, 2002. I’d been looking for this box for a very long time. It’s insane to think that it has been 5,053 days, or 13 years and 10 months, since these images were captured. But what’s even more crazy to me is that it was a short three months after What it is to Burn was released. Finch were just becoming the it band of the moment and I still remember the day I first heard that album. You can find the gallery below and I hope these bring back some memories of the days when Drive-Thru Records ruled the world.
Guitarist Randy Strohmeyer talks about reuniting for Finch’s first album in over nine years, why he doesn’t like What It Is to Burn being referred to as nostalgic, and how the band always tries to keep things mysterious and tongue in cheek.