A woozy, Mum-like beginning of disorienting string synths and vocals set us up for what is an interesting take on white boy rock with Fin, who are, despite the name, British.
They have the hooks of Haven but are far more interesting, placing them firmly in the thinkers section of indie rock inhabited by the likes of Muse.
There's only one problem though - for some reason, they're on a half-assed record label (perhaps their own) that has seen fit to release just 1,000 copies. Now that's fine when you're famous and you want to create a story, but nobody's heard of these guys yet. And with just 1,000 copies of their single out there, it might just stay that way. Tch.