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Children of Finland Fighting in Norway (C.O.F.F.I.N) are a four piece hard rock & roll band hailing from the ocean shores of Sydney, Australia featuring a lead vocalist on drums. Forming in 2005 as schoolmates influenced by a huge love for music, skateboarding and a good-times-all-the-time attitude. Since playing their first show at the age of 12 opening for The Hard-Ons at Manly Youth Centre the band have meticulously carved out their own corner of hard biting Australian Rock n Roll.

C.O.F.F.I.N have gained a passionate following for their unique take on punk and rock music, gathering widespread acclaim for their energetic and addictive live shows combined with their lyrical activism and howling guitars. It has delivered them hundreds of gigs over the years, headline tours, and numerous festival appearances. They’ve toured and shared the stage with many world renown bands such as Rose Tattoo, TSOL, Celibate Rifles, Dead Kennedys, Cosmic Psychos, Parkway Drive, Frenzal Rhomb, Misfits, Amyl and the Sniffers and the Hard Ons.

C.O.F.F.I.N have recorded and released four studio albums, one live album, and three EPs, all of which have sold out globally.

Their most recent LP – the self-titled ‘Children Of Finland Fighting In Norway’ – released through Legless Records and Erste Theke Tontraege Records in October 2020 is now in its 6th re-issue and continues to be distributed globally. 2022 saw C.O.F.F.I.N tour the world in support of friends and Australian punk heroes Amyl and The Sniffers. Playing shows to crowds in the thousands across the globe, C.O.F.F.I.N’s reputation for wild live performances became known by fans and industry alike everywhere. Following their lap of the globe, with not a minute has been wasted, a new album has been tracked and three new record labels signed (EU, AU and US regions), including a deal with the highly esteemed, historical Goner Records (US).

C.O.F.F.I.N are set to travel far and wide this year with various scheduled tours around key festivals such as The Great Escape (Brighton, UK) and Goner Fest (Memphis, US).