Fin (band)

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fiN
OriginSouth West London, England
GenresRock, alternative rock,
Years active2011–present
Labelsartisan records
Websitewww.lifeiswastedontheliving.com

fiN is a British rock band formed in South West London, Surrey, England in 2011. The band consists of Luke Joyce (Vocals/Guitar) Jonny Garner (Guitar), Kerry Lambert (Bass) and Simon Harding (Drums). fiN began releasing music in October 2011 with a debut Double A side single The Artisan/It Changes Everything (2011);[1] The band were quickly labeled as the Heaviest Indie band around and are likened to Foo fighters, dEUS (band) & Radiohead.[2] They Self Recorded their debut album "Life Is Wasted On The Living" and released it (digitally) on 25 March 2013. The Album was mixed by Adrian Bushby Foo Fighters, Muse[3][4] They have been vocal about their DIY approach and have received much praise for this and their ambition [5]

Touring[edit]

In late 2011, fiN toured the UK and Europe with Incubus.[6] The band has also Toured with The Kooks, Feeder, Howler (band) and most recently supported Muse at The O2 Arena.[7]

Record label[edit]

Artisan Records was founded in 2011 by fiN in order to self-release the band's 7 Inch singles and Debut album Life Is Wasted On The Living.[8][9]

Press[edit]

fiN were the Guardian's band of the week.[10] The Evening Standard wrote a review on the band's single release at Bush Hall .[11] and the Digital fix said "fiN are born for the live arena" [12] Clash Magazine ran a piece on the band and their DIY approach to music [13]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] M Magazine
  2. ^ [2] Alt Sounds
  3. ^ [3] Phase Magazine
  4. ^ [4] Rock Britain
  5. ^ [5] SQ Magazine
  6. ^ [6] Incubus Official Site
  7. ^ [7] Live Video
  8. ^ [8] Archived 16 April 2013 at the Wayback Machine Rock Britain
  9. ^ [9] Archived 20 August 2013 at the Wayback Machine SQ Magazine
  10. ^ [10] Guardian Link
  11. ^ [11] The London Evening Standard
  12. ^ [12] The Digital Fix
  13. ^ [13] Clash Magazine
  14. ^ a b c d [14] Artisan Records Releases
  15. ^ [15] Itunes Release

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