Fink has today released their new single ‘Not Everything Was Better In The Past’, taken from the band’s sixth studio album ‘Resurgam’. This emotional centrepiece of the album is a beautifully subtle tribute to nostalgia, relationships won and lost and personal history.
Produced and mixed by Flood (U2, The Killers, PJ Harvey, Foals and Warpaint) at his Assault & Battery studios in North London, ‘Resurgam’ takes its title from a Latin inscription in a 900-year-old church, located in frontman Fin Greenall’s native Cornwall.
‘Resurgam’ is a truly exceptional record, and is the latest example of the shapeshifting approach that began on Fink’s sample-splicing debut ‘Fresh Produce’ (2000), running through to the heady expressions of 2014’s ‘Hard Believer’. 2017 sees Greenall release not one, but two almighty albums – with his ‘Sunday Night Blues Club, Volume 1’ having won wide-spread acclaim earlier this year.