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Fauna Finch is a singer/songwriter from Philadelphia, PA. She has been writing and performing since 2010 under many a different moniker. Her third album, Taxidermy, was released in June of 2019 and produced by Dan Gardner of High Fructose Corn Syrup. The genre of these warbly tunes can best be classified under some phylum of singer-songwriter anti-folk with a sprinkle of quaint little tongue-in-cheek attempts at cleverness.
Her music blends the acoustic elements of bluegrass ballads with a vaguely nostalgic pseudo-pop sound. Personal stories and anecdotes that range from lighthearted to macabre are present in each song, both straightforward and  in secret. Every story is a fairytale; an enigma to be unraveled. Anything worth saying is worth saying twice, or even three times - just in case you weren't listening close enough.
Raised on the Riot Grrrl music of L7, Bikini Kill, and Free Kitten and fueled by the flames of artists before her such as Stevie Nicks, Dolly Parton, and Nico, Fauna Finch aims to indulge in the myriad mysteries of the human experience through a distinctly unique lens that merges the familiar with the unknown.
Label: Independent
Genre: Anti-folk
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Influences: The Magnetic Fields, Amanda Palmer, Daniel Johnston, Sleater-Kinney, Radical Face, Vashti Bunyan
Sounds Like: Regina Spektor, Of Monsters And Men, Mitski
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