Finch have started a Youtube channel and plan to release a high quality live video from the unreleased Live At Astoria 2003 performance every day. You can watch the intro and "Worms of The Earth" videos in the replies.
Daniel Wonacott (formerly of Finch) has a new band called Arctic Circles. You can stream two new songs on their website, and they're giving away a free download. A debut album will be released on January 11th.
About a month ago, I interviewed the guys in Finch and finally, we have the interview for you guys to read. Don't forget that they will be premiering two songs off of their new EP TONIGHT at midnight (this is the correct date, yesterday's post was incorrect) and the EP itself goes on sale next Tuesday, July 22nd.
Atticus's Spring 08 line has launched and you can check it out here. Also, Atticus will be holding their Spring 08 Line launch party on April 7th at the Roxy in Los Angeles in conjunction with artist Brian Ewing and featuring performances from Finch, The Secret Handshake, and Halos. Tickets can be purchased here.
At a recent show in Philadelphia, Sound the Alarm covered covered "Engine No. 9" by the Deftones and Nate from Finch came up and sang it with them. A video can be seen on their myspace or in the replies.
Finch have a new merch store. Check it out here. Randy from Finch will be hosting a cooking show on his blog tonight with Joe Troy from RX Bandits, Nick Reinhart from Tera Melos, and Sound the Alarm. Expect regular updates and recipe sharing, unless you're a lameoid and don't want to check it out. Go here for culinary madness around midnight PST.
The last two days I've been listening to Finch's What It Is To Burn non-stop. Due to this, I've been inspired to start this thread. Go back a few years and spin some of your favorite albums from then (i.e. Tell All Your Friends, Say It Like You Mean It, Your Favorite Weapon) and post what they are in the replies. It's never a bad day to reminisce.