Joe Fin – ‘Love Sick’

Feel the force of the voice that is, Joe Fin.

Joe Fin has unleashed his unique flavour of funk pop in the form of his debut solo release, ‘Love Sick’, released 16 June 2017.

Sounding something like a cross between George Michael and Prince in both vocals and intensity, Joe has spent a number of years as a frontman. The charismatic and not so stereotypical Essex boy now embarks on his solo project having enjoyed the privileges of playing some huge shows with his former band, power trio The Broken Chords at the likes of Download Festival, London Tattoo Convention Hard Rock Hell, alongside an impressive list of support slots.

Taking massive influences from his musical heroes, Prince, David Bowie and Stevie Wonder, Joe decided to take that leap of faith as such and started to work on some solo material just in time for summer, which sees Joe’s debut solo release of ‘Love Sick’. A total feel good, up tempo funky pop track that’s guaranteed to raise temperatures and set pulses racing. Produced, mixed and mastered at Wood Lodge Studios by Mitch Ayling (The Milk), ‘Love Sick’  tells of love, break ups and good times, all set to a highly infectious, 80s inspired synth pop track that sees Joe take on a whole new direction musically.

Following the release of ‘Love Sick’, Joe will be appearing at several festivals across the UK, performing acoustically and with his full live band featuring session musicians Alex Ash (percussion) and Federico Roma (bass), including a special set at the new, ultra-cool Citadel Festival at London’s Victoria Park. A London showcase and EP release are also set for this autumn.

‘Love Sick’ is available now from Joe’s website as a free download.

Find Joe Fin online on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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