Finn & His Rust Kickers is a NY based earth-shaking rock/punk/skronk/country/ska/noise band featuring members of Erratic Sculpture, pigEARTH,and The Skels. 

 

The Rustkickers was founded in 2014 and was originally intended as a one-off gig between old friends. It quickly evolved into a genuine creative outlet, as well as an opportunity to make some noise. Work on what would eventually become their debut album "...Leave You Nothing to Squander..." began in 2016. In January 2017 they began a monthly series of digital singles to give away from their Bandcamp page as work progressed on the album. A live album recorded at a May 2017 show was also released. Their first physical release, a 7" single of their cover of "Impeach the President" was released in the Autumn of 2017.

 

 "...Leave You Nothing to Squander..." was released in February 2018 both digitally and as a limited edition two record set. Its lead-off single "on Peckham Rye" was also released on vinyl and is the subject of the band's first official video. 2018 also saw the release of two animated videos for tracks from "Squander...", Karaoke Funeral and Dream Date with Lydia Kavina. A limited-edition cassette EP of tracks recorded live to tape in the studio was also released in 2018.

 

So far 2019 has seen the continuation of our Digital Singles series and the release of another live-in-the-studio EP of covers released both digitally and as a limited edition run of lathe cut 10" records. Our second album, titled "One More Notorious Crime" will be released digitally on 08/02/2019 with a vinyl release coming Autumn 2019

...Leave You Nothing to Squander...

Finn & His Rustkickers

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