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Craig Finn wants the same things in London

Craig Finn is celebrating the release of his third solo album, ‘We All Want The Same Things’, with a UK tour that includes two London gigs. 253 more words

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CRAIG FINN - We All Want The Same Things

CRAIG FINN
We All Want The Same Things
Label: Partisan Records
Released: March 24, 2017

1 Jester & June
2 Preludes
3 Ninety Bucks
4 Birds Trapped In The Airport… 15 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: Craig Finn - 'We all want the same things'

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The cover of Craig Finn’s third solo album shows the kickback from rain-soaked traffic ahead, the way ahead blurred and potentially treacherous: an overt metaphor for these times. 396 more words

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Craig Finn Forges A Strong Identity Outside Of The Hold Steady With 'We All Want The Same Things'

In recent years, as the pace of new releases from The Hold Steady has slowed, Craig Finn has increasingly channeled his songs into sonically adventurous albums like… 2,407 more words

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Craig Finn: We All Want The Same Things

Craig Finn | We All Want The Same Things

Craig Finn gets it. Solo projects are meant for adventure. Going it alone, only to hire a bunch of new guys to approximate what you do in your day job, is pointless. 315 more words

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Photos: Japandroids, Craig Finn @ The Fillmore

Photos by: Steve Carlson – 

Vancouver-based indie rock/punk rock duo Japandroids, who released their third album, Near to the Wild Heart of Life, on January 27th, 2017 via ANTI-, which featured the singles “Near to the Wild Heart of Life”, and “No Known Drink or Drug”, and which followed up their 2012 debut album, … 251 more words

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future release for Craig Finn

So the mighty Craig Finn has a new solo album out on March 24th with  Partisan Records ‘We All Want The Same Things’ this album isn’t as bombastic as any of the hold steady material but it stands firmly on its own as yet another great release from Finn . 35 more words

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