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FINNEAS Drops “The 90s”, The New Single From Debut Album “Optimist”

FINNEAS never stopped during the pandemic. From his work as producer for and songwriter with Billie Eilish to his numerous releases of his own music (American Cliche, Where The Poison Is, Can’t Wait To Be Dead). Now the writer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist has released a new single from his upcoming debut album Optimist; The 90s.

Written as look back at a simpler time, The 90s is all about a time before the internet, smart phones, and FINNEAS being so much in the public eye. “you could sign me up for a world without the internet” sings the artist. “Hate how easy they can find me just by lookin’ up my mom’s address“. The accompanying video for the track was directed by Sam Bennett with choreography by Monika Felice Smith.

Optimist will be the debut LP for FINNEAS, who released the EP Blood Harmony in 2019, and it marks his first release with new label partner Interscope. It will be released October 15th. Fans can presave/preorder the album HERE.

Optimist tracklisting

  1. A Concert Six Months From Now
  2. The Kids Are All Dying
  3. Happy Now
  4. Only A Lifetime
  5. The 90s
  6. Love Is Pain
  7. Peaches Etude
  8. Hurt Locker
  9. Medieval
  10. Someone Else’s Star
  11. Around My Neck
  12. What They’ll Say About Us
  13. How It Ends