Ninja Tunes troubadour returns

Electronic producer turned acoustic balladeer Fink is due to release his new album 'Sort Of Revolution' on May 11th.

Fin Greenall began life producing pumping techno, signing with dance powerhouse Ninja Tunes. However, Greenall could never bring himself to throw away that trusty acoustic and gathered together some demos for his low key debut album 'Biscuits For Breakfast'.

Encouraged by the feedback he received Fink returned to the recording studio to lay down some tracks for what would become 2007's 'Distance And Time'. A stunning album, it was marked by assured songwriting and Fink's warm vocals.

After touring the release Fink began to work on new material. His reputation skyrocketing thanks to the success of 'Distance And Time' Fink has managed to get together with some stellar guests.

Filled with a rare talent exploring his limitations, 'Sort Of Revolution' features some striking material including the a cappella 'Q&A' and much more.

Backed by Guy Whittaker on bass and Tim Thronton on drums, Fink has played a number of massive live arenas including a sensational set at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC Proms.

Fink is set to release his new album 'Sort Of Revolution' on May 11th.

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