New Zealand’s Rock Prince (Esquire)

liamfinnesquire-large“What’s with this whole normcore thing?” asks New Zealand rock royalty Liam Finn.

We’re sitting in the maze-like, bunker-ish basement of Moscot, a famous Manhattan glasses store that supplies everyone from Johnny Depp to Kanye West. Finn and his band had just performed almost an hour of politely muscular rock songs from his new record The Nihilist—already a top ten album in his home country—in the shop’s main space, flanked by bizarre head mannequins and occasionally interrupted by shop staff who’d grab the microphone to remind everyone that all frames were 20% for tonight only.

 

 

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