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As the son of Split Enz/Crowded House genius Neil Finn, Liam has serious shoes to fill. Lucky for him, he’s inherited his father’s easeful vocal style and his knack for writing catchy tunes. Liam has his own skills as well, crafting his own tunes within a variety of styles. This solo record, coming after stints with the supergroup Barb and fiddler Eliza Jane, is more tightly focused. A song like “Cold Feet” breaks into a bright chorus. “Neurotic World” drifts from an ambient fog into an ambitious melody that makes good use of Finn’s achingly pure voice. “The Struggle” punches up with a hard rock pound. “Real Late” lays back with a funky groove and keyboards that settle into the nightclub. “Little Words” sounds like it was recorded in the basement; its cramped sonics make for a powerful overheard quality. While “Chase the Seasons” is irresistible, as it trips out in its own personal psychedelia of keyboards and harmonies. A genuine treat.

Customer Reviews

Brilliant as Expected.

As always Liam delivers...always great to hear his music.

FOMO is Finntastic

Great sophomore album. I think I like this one better than his first album. Strong lyrics and music. This guy is super talented.

Awesome, creative talent

Way to go Liam!


Born: September 24, 1983 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The son of Crowded House and Split Enz frontman Neil Finn, Liam Finn succeeded in making a name for himself, first as the teenage frontman of the quirky rock band Betchadupa and, several years later, as a talented solo artist in his own right. Formed after he met bandmate Matt Eccles during a beach holiday with his family, Betchadupa recorded two EPs and two albums -- The Alphabetchadupa in 2002 and Aiming for Your Head in 2004 -- before taking an informal break, with Finn returning to New Zealand...
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