With the release of their full-length album ‘A Life to Come Renewed’, New Jersey trio The Finite Beings hit the music scene in a fresh new way. Taking some of the most impactful parts of the classic genre of music and mixing that familiar sound with their own unique alt-rock style, The Finite Beings have created something truly special to offer today’s music scene.
Following the launch of their album came the pandemic that put all live shows on hold and forced many musicians to look inward for inspiration. Lead singer and current drummer, Michael Nicholas, found a deep connection to the idea that we will all get through this and find the better day ahead if we can remember to reconnect and not allow fear to tell us our truths. The song that came out of this deep state is the band’s latest single The Virus.
‘In these very trying times, I felt it on my heart to share my thoughts and emotions in a song. I wanted to be genuine and honest with my fear and doubt, while also expressing my confidence in brighter days to come. This is what ended up coming out. A song that confronts the harsh reality that we are in, but also walking and growing through it with hope. This is our new single, The Virus.’—Michael Nicholas
The Virus is a melodic and heavy rock ballad that takes us on a journey within our own thoughts towards this global crisis.
With Lush addicting guitar work and thunderous bass provided by Donny DePaola and Hunter Kino, the band’s edgy, pop-infused approach to songwriting, combined with an honest poetic lyrical approach captures the aesthetic of well-known alternative rock anthems.
The Virus single is now live and can be streamed on most major streaming services.
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