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Following the success of last year’s 'Hard Believer' album - which saw the trio known as Fink melding Fin Greenall’s ruggedly lush vocals with a slow-burning and steady-thumping array of string plucking (Guy Whittaker) and cymbal smashing (Tim Thornton) - they ring in 2015 with 'Horizontalism'.

Presented as a collection of dubs from 'Hard Believer', the re-worked material takes on a decidedly more mysterious turn: vocals dangle and loop precariously over raw edges of murky sound, lasers oscillate and waves crash, percussion click-clacks somewhere far away, and the listener somehow draws nearer to the core from which Fink draws the sonic intimacy for which they’re so well-known.

Inspired by Greenall’s new home in Berlin and his resurgent interest in electronic production, his series of mixes may stand in stark contrast to the bands musical output of the past years but the listener finds themselves at the same intersection of impassioned storytelling, manifest emotion and darkly beautiful ambience that Fink fans have come to expect.


Fall Into The Light
Looking Too Closely (So36dub)
Shakespeare (Nachbarn39)
Pilgrim (Moda232)
A30 Breakdown
Suffering Is The Art Of Love
White Flag (Nachteule143)
Hard Believer (kstr10179)
Green And The Blue (RLP12-321)
Music Won’t Save You (Horizontalism Mix)

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