UTG LIVE VIDEO: Finch WIITBX At The Paramount (10/13/13)

FINCH WIITBX

Under The Gun sent videographer, Derek Scancarelli, to Finch’s What It Is To Burn 10 year farewell tour at The Paramount in Huntington, NY.

Finch just wrapped up their farewell tour celebrating 10 years of the iconic album What It Is To Burn. As of now, the band only has one more date scheduled to perform on December 14 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.

Fortunately, UTG TV was able to take video for a few songs up close and personal, for the first three tracks of the record. Additionally, we shot some video from the crowd’s perspective for the final title track, “What It Is To Burn.”

Check out below the jump for the four videos and see how the band can still perform, despite playing one man down for this given date.

Produced by: Derek Scancarelli
To see Derek’s concert photography, check out D. SKANK PHOTOGRAPHY.

Derek Scancarelli

Derek Scancarelli is a feature writer, interviewer, videographer, photographer, radio-er and more. In 2015, he received his MA in Journalism in New York City. In addition to Under The Gun Review, Derek has worked with Noisey (VICE), Alternative Press, New Noise Magazine and many more. He also pushes some buttons at SiriusXM.

Comedian Jim Norton once called him a serial killer on national radio. Enjoy the internet with him on Twitter.
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  • Brian Lion

    I’ve been a Finch fan for as long as I can remember, but, is it just me, or did they sound like total shit? The guitar sounds off, Nate’s vox sound lazy. I understand Randy wasn’t there and that this was well into the tour but it sounds very underwhelming and frankly, pretty terrible.

  • Derek – UTG Review

    From a technical standpoint solely- I had a poor quality audio situation. I couldn’t plug directly into the board as I planned and therefore used the stock microphone which has some trouble handing that level of music.

  • Brian Lion

    I understand that, but I don’t mean the sound quality per se. I don’t think your camera made them seem boring and sound off in their execution of the songs. The beginning of “Post Script” sounds like Decepticons eating dumpsters.