Fin Greenall aka Fink started as a DJ/Producer before making guitar-based folk/blues/indie music. Growing up in Bristol's blossoming 90's scene, Greenall signed to the legendary label Kickin' Records in 1994 whilst a student in Leeds, and Ninja Tune in 1997, releasing the critically acclaimed Fresh Produce in 2000 and Dj'ing worldwide.He wrote and recorded Amy Winehouse's earliest demos and songs, and his collaborations with John Legend have earned him no less than 3 prestigious BMI awards.
In 2006, with Tim Thornton (drums) and Guy Whittaker (bass), Fink became a band, recording Biscuits For Breakfast in his Brighton Loft,heralded by the British Press as one of the albums of the year. Distance And Time (produced Andy Barlow (Lamb, U2)) and Sort Of Revolution quickly followed with numerous advert and film placements, as well as extensive World tours.Perfect Darkness (2011), produced by Billy Bush (Beck, Garbage)) led to Fink being invited to perform with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, released in 2013. Hard Believer (2014) on Fink's own label R’COUP’D contained "Looking Too Closely" with over 30 licences to Tv and Film, and 40 million plays on Spotify. His collaboration with Flood (Nick Cave, PJ Harvey, Warpaint, U2) as a producer and mentor lead to the release of both his Blues side project Sunday Night Blues Club, Vol.1 and Resurgam (2018), which was recorded and produced by Flood in his Assault And Battery studios.