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Finch Once Again Breakup, Singer Nate Barcalow Posts Demos For Scrapped Album


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Finch have once again broken up according to frontman Nate Barcalow. Barcalow spelled out the breakup via his Instagram while also sharing demos for the band’s now scrapped album. This marks the third time the band have broken up in their career with their latest run together having begun in 2012.

“Hello world,

Since I have been locked out of all Finch social media and this is my only outlet to “speak the truth”, I figured I would address at least the fans who follow me here and put this thing to bed.

With a heavy heart, I am sorry to say that Finch is done playing together.

Like most creative endeavors, the direction of the art and the delegation of control was no longer a collective decision. It’s sad but it happens and there is no point in fighting an up hill battle.

In my personal opinion the band would have never made it as far as it did without the devout support of the fans, and so to you I would like to thank you all from the bottom of my broken heart.

In the summer of 2015 Finch had started working on a new record which has since been abandoned and left for dead…until now. I have decided that as a last gift to you all I am going to release the demos of these songs. I still believe in these ideas and think that they deserve to be heard (even in their most raw form). I have put them up on my YouTube channel with lyrics included, so go take a listen.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM8mRrrD5c-W2jnEVLxXj2A

I am extremely grateful for all that I had in Finch and being able to connect with you through the music that we made. I will continue to make music and I am looking to the future with hope.

Love and respect,

Nate

Barcalow‘s announcement arrives as the three members of the group (Alex Linares, Alex Pappas & Daniel Wonacott) launch their new band Speak The Truth (aka Speak The Truth Even If Your Voice Shakes) with Senses Fail‘s Buddy Nielsen on vocals. Their debut single, “Crash My Car“, can be found below via Altpress.com:

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