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Feeding Fingers – Detach Me From My Head

Posted in Feeding Fingers, New Wave, Post-Punk on 17/10/2010 by redo

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Feeding Fingers is a dark indie/post-punk trio founded in 2006 in Atlanta, Georgia by international award-winning animator/multi-media artist, Justin Curfman begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting (vocals/keys/guitars). Along with Todd Caras (bass) and Danny Hunt (drums), Feeding Fingers recorded their first 10-track demo, which found its way to Gavin Frederick of Stickfigure Records, who immediately became interested in signing the band.

Feeding Fingers’ first full-length debut album Wound In Wall was released in 2007 through Stickfigure Records and Curfman’s media company, Tephramedia. The album found an audience in European and Asian countries, receiving rave reviews and comparisons to bands like Echo & The Bunnymen, The Cure and Bauhaus.

In 2009, the band released their follow-up album, Baby Teeth. This album was met with great response from fans and helped the band find an audience in their homeland through U.S. college radio stations. The album also received numerous chart recognitions, including Top 100 Alternative in Portugal. Shortly after the recording of Baby Teeth, Todd Caras left the band and was replaced with Kris Anderson.

Feeding Fingers have just returned from their first European tour, sharing the stage in Rome with EBM legends, Nitzer Ebb. Feeding Fingers announced the release of two albums in 2010: Anything But Water, the band’s first live album, which is set to be released digitally on May 11 and the band’s third studio album, Detach Me From My Head, which will be released on September 28.

Feeding Fingers – Detach Me From My Head (2010)

tracklist:

1. Detach Me From My Head
2. I Am A Brutal Little Boy
3. My Imagined House
4. Asleep on Softened Fists
5. Vestigial Life
6. One Year
7. This World Starves for Lonely Girls
8. I Promise to Build You a Machine
9. All of My Prisons
10. Unfinished Stories
11. The Stupid Things We Did

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