FINCH’s “Back to Oblivion” Gets a Release Date + Tour w/ Maps & Atlases & Weatherbox Announced

by | Aug 11, 2014

Well that’s weird. We never would have guessed that Finch would be touring this fall with Maps & Atlases — an interesting choice of bands for sure. As you’ve been aware, things have heated up for Finch since they did their What It Is to Burn reunion tour, and their new album Back to Oblivion will be the first new material we’ve heard since the group returned after their second hiatus in 2012.

Back To Oblivion was produced by Brian Virtue (Deftones, 30 Seconds To Mars), and it’ll follow up the band’s 2005 album Say Hello To Sunshine. The first single, “Two Guns To The Temple,” will be released via retail outlets tomorrow as a digital single. And as we mentioned, this fall they’ll be out with Maps & Atlases and Weatherbox.

Back To Oblivion comes out on September 30th via Razor & Tie.

Finch tour dates w/ Maps & Atlases & Weatherbox:

Sep 30 San Diego, CA @ Casbah
Oct 04 Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
Oct 08 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock
Oct 10 Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
Oct 11 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
Oct 13 Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights
Oct 14 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Oct 15 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews
Oct 17 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls
Oct 18 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
Oct 19 Philadelphia, PA @ EFC
Oct 20 Boston, MA @ Paradise
Oct 22 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
Oct 23 Raleigh, MC @ Lincoln Theater
Oct 24 Jacksonville, FL @ Freebird
Oct 25 Orlando, FL @ The Beacham
Oct 26 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Oct 28 Houston, TX @ Warehouse
Oct 29 San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
Oct 30 Austin, TX @ Red 7
Nov 01 Tucson, AZ @ TBA
Nov 02 Phoenix, AZ @ Joes Grotto
Nov 05 San Francisco, CA @ Slims
Nov 06 Sacramento, CA @ Slims
Nov 07 Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy
Nov 08 Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theatre

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