NEW MUSIC: The Finch Cycle – Forty Minus Zero

There’s a wonderfully warm and rolling feel to this new track from The Finch Cycle. It’s post -rock at its core but it also dials into that beautifully emotive 90s/early 00s indie rock sound of Australian bands such as Bluebottle Kiss – when it was as important for the guitars to lull and serenade as much as they needed to swerve and coruscate. The trombone gives the track an additional depth and melancholic tone and is a key ingredient to why the track works so well for us.

Forty Minus Zero‘, and it’s single partner ‘Ale Of Steam (live)’, are the debut release from The Finch Cycle (Melbourne VIC), an instrumental project for Bradley Murray (ex owner of Wireless Records and member of the band Sunny Disposition) who recorded it in a single day, in a converted barn, on a cattle farm estate, Rochford, Victoria, Australia.

Bradley Murray – guitar 
Daniel Zugna – guitar 
Kirsty Letts – guitar 
Andrew McLaughlin – guitar 
Brendan Bartlett – trombone 
Joe Magee – bass 
Michael Evans-Barket – drums

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