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Album Review

"Letters to You" and "Perfection Through Silence" are the obvious bomb tracks on Falling into Place, Finch's rousing Drive-Thru debut. Both songs teem with an energy that helps posit the band cleverly between post-hardcore noise and pop-punk accessibility. "Where do you run to?" croons Nate Barcalow in the bridge of "Letters to You." It's your basic emo-influenced diary entry. However, Barcalow's heart-in-mouth vocals are accompanied by jarring, staccato guitars and another guy screaming his head off in the background. Straddling the line that separates the sappy from the scabrous isn't new, either, especially on Drive-Thru, whose entire roster seems to thrive on that dichotomy. But Finch rocks the familiar well enough to be real on Falling into Place, and that makes their debut much more than just a one-night stand.

Customer Reviews

Great debut EP from Finch

Can't believe no one has written a review for this. This classic Finch EP is worth the $3.96 iTunes is selling it for.

Falling Into Place

Buy it! any finch fan or pop punk fan will enjoy this album. friggin classic can't wait for the new one in july! go finch!


Great lyrics



Formed: Temecula, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

California-based emo rockers Finch, originally called Numb, include vocalist Nate Barcalow, guitarists Randy Strohmeyer and Alex Linares, bassist Derek Doherty, and drummer Alex Pappas. Strohmeyer actually had a hand in getting the band signed to Drive-Thru Records. The young guitarist contacted the label incessantly, intent on generating interest in his music. His fan mail and pestering even led to friendship of sorts with Drive-Thru owner Richard Reines. So when Strohmeyer inevitably pitched him...
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