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Finger Tight - MNZ Interview: The Distorted Transmission 019: Finger Tight

03 Oct 2021 // An interview by Will Stairmand



Auckland Pop-Punk band Finger Tight pop in (no pun internded) to chat about upcoming shows, new music and the resurgence of the genre.



 

About Finger Tight

Finger Tight are a 5 piece outfit from West Auckland, that bring heavy themes (such as love loss, childhood trauma, and gravity) packaged in some relentlessly catchy hooks, riffs that are surprisingly technical, and beats that you can't help but air-drum along to. With a sound that's reminiscent of that one scene from American Pie, their genre ambiguity is best described as "not making up their mind between playing Pop-Punk, and something heavier."




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