Heronimus Fin releases seventies-influenced track The Pharmacist

Heronimus Fin, the seventies-saturated underground rockers, are back with a new full-length album, The Pharmacist. The album will be a concept album that follows the tragic life of a person’s addition to prescription drugs.

The concept behind the album is loosely based on Jonathan Buxton’s own experience with prescription medication and the addiction it can cause. The symbols on the front sleeve is the chemical compound for Fentanyl.

Heronimus Fin are regular high features in the Collector Magazines, 500 Most Collectible Artists with their new album The Pharmacist being co-produced by John Rivers (The Specials’ “Ghost Town”; Ocean Colour Scene) at Woodbine Studios.

The Pharmacist is set for release on August 20th and to gear listeners up they have released a music video for their title track, The Pharmacist.

Words: Tom Guilfoyle | @covenantofarca1

Follow The Pharmacist:

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/heronimus-fin

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/17i4o4xxfwL5wXnXBEJmKw

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjX1cFmLWgb-E6DRM0o3X3w

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeronimusFin/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HeronimusFin

Website: http://www.gardenrecords.co.uk/heronimus-fin

The Pharmacist will be released August 20th.