Fingers On Frets (5:52)

Cover of Remnants

From Remnants

Fingers On Frets is the fourth track on Self Diagnosis’ 2007 album, Remnants.

Opening with a simple acoustic guitar riff, the song builds as it progresses, incorporating drums, bass and eventually an overdubbed electric solo. It is heavily inspired by 1960s classic rock along the lines of The Animals. Along with In The Dark, it is one of only two Self Diagnosis recordings to feature two guitar tracks. As a result of this, due to the band only featuring one guitarist, the song is not played during live performances.

Intended for the failed rock opera The Archive, the song’s lyrical content expresses Kit’s feelings about playing with Incognito, and the potential they possess for reviving the “true rock” he has heard in The Archive.


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