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News

Jul 15, 2022

FINNEAS has shared a video for a new single, “Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa.” More

FINNEAS Shares Video for New Single “The 90s”

Optimist Due Out October 15 via Interscope

Sep 02, 2021

FINNEAS has shared a video for his new single “The 90s.” It is the latest release from his forthcoming debut studio album Optimist, out October 15 via Interscope. More

James Blake Announces New Album and Tour, Shares Video for New Song “Say What You Will”

Friends That Break Your Heart Due Out September 10 via Republic

Jul 22, 2021

James Blake has announced a new album, Friends That Break Your Heart, and shared its first single, “Say What You Will,” via an amusing video that guest stars FINNEAS, in which Blake is envious of the producer/musician’s success. Blake has also announced some tour dates. More

Billie Eilish Announces New Album and Shares Tracklist and Cover Art

Happier Than Ever Due Out July 30 via Darkroom/Interscope; New Song Due Out Thursday

Apr 27, 2021

Billie Eilish has announced the release of her second studio album, titled Happier Than Ever, which will be out on July 30 via Darkroom/Interscope. More

FINNEAS Shares New Song “American Cliché”

Deluxe Edition of His Debut EP, Blood Harmony Out Now on OYOY/AWAL

Feb 04, 2021

FINNEAS has shared a new song titled “American Cliché,” which marks his first solo music release of 2021. The song has been performed live several times by FINNEAS in the past year. More




Reviews

Nov 08, 2021

His name perhaps less recognized than his prolific contributions to popular music, Finneas O’Connell has been biding his time behind the scenes for quite a while. The Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer/audio engineer/actor, who rose to prominence as an architect behind the scenes of major releases by Demi Lovato, Kid Cudi, Justin Bieber, and his sister Billie Eilish, has maintained his status as a leading industry wunderkind, a go-to maestro for any major artist looking to score a hit. This time around however, O’Connell arrives on his own, and, for 43 minutes of pure pop bliss, entertains single-handedly. More