The fin. already have a fan following that spans the globe – originally based in the sixth largest city of Japan, the band (somewhat surprisingly) decided to take a leap of faith and move across countries to the UK. Since moving to London, the group has toured with some of the biggest names in British music (including Circa Waves and All We Are) earning them stripes on the live scene. After recently taking a step back into the studio, The fin. now have a bunch of new material to share, first in line is ‘Outskirts’.
Straight out of the Kevin Parker rulebook enters the misty neo-psychedelia, with enchantingly pop-minded production of an alternative mindset. Speaking of the track, the band shares: “This song was made when I was trying to express some feelings that I didn’t even notice I had in my mind. I tried to figure out what they were by making music. The muddiness of the sound expresses the state I was in.”
As stylish and as suave as anything in Klangstof’s back catalogue, The fin. has chiselled their artistic chops and the result is stupefying. After taking a minute to compose one’s self after the final fade out, the play button becomes our dearest friend.
So it’s with great pleasure that Bitter Sweet Symphonies is able to premiere the new cut. Feeling as fresh as a daisy yet woozy as a marijuana den, it’s an engagement in the evocative.
The new single ‘Outskirts’ is released on Friday 17th November, ahead of a new album ready for release in 2018.