Feb 22, 2016

Titus Andronicus released their fourth album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, last July via Merge and The Hold Steady's frontman Craig Finn released his second solo album, Faith in the Future, last September via Partisan.  More

Jun 17, 2015

The Hold Steady's frontman Craig Finn will be releasing his second solo album on September 11. It's titled Faith in the Future and due out via Partisan. NPR premiered the lyric video for the album's first single, "Newmyer's Roof," which you can watch below.  More

Jan 03, 2012

In just a few weeks' time Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn will be releasing his first solo outing Clear Heart Full Eyes. More

Craig Finn Announces New Dates on Solo Tour

Clear Heart Full Eyes Out Jan. 24

Dec 13, 2011

With the release of his first solo outing Clear Heart Full Eyes due out in about a month's time on Jan. 24, The Hold Steady's Craig Finn has announced that he will be expanding his upcoming 2012 tour. More

Craig Finn Announces 2012 Tour Dates for Solo Project

Clear Heart Full Eyes out January 24 via Vagrant

Nov 16, 2011

The Hold Steady's Craig Finn has announced the initial tour dates for his debut solo album, Clear Heart Full Eyes. More

Nov 07, 2011

Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn is stepping away from his main gig to release Clear Heart Full Eyes—his solo debut. We have the details.  More


We All Want the Same Things

We All Want the Same Things


Apr 20, 2017

Craig Finn has a way of making the connection from ordinary moments to extraordinary meanings. When we first met him in Lifter Puller and then in The Hold Steady his more-is-more, shot-gunned exuberance blew us away.  More

Faith in the Future

Faith in the Future


Sep 10, 2015

Perhaps all Craig Finn needed was a slight change-of-sceneryhis latest solo album is his best work since The Hold Steady's Stay Positive. Instead of chugging bar rock and singalongs, this album is filled with quiet moments and character studies. More

Clear Heart Full Eyes

Clear Heart Full Eyes


Jan 26, 2012

The Hold Steady’s crunchy bar-rock never really made much sense for frontman Craig Finn’s brand of lyrics-first, reference-laden, recurrent pan-album concepts. More