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New Field Music – “Measure”

When Field Music gave us a… More »

By: brandon / October 22, 2009 - 12:27 pm

Progress Report: Field Music

NAME: Field Music
PROGRESS REPORT: Recording their third full-length LP, working title Field Music III, at their studio/rehearsal space in Sunderland, UK.

Field Music released two records of quirky, smart, pop music, and a sound that separated them from friends like the Futureheads. And that was a problem. Brothers Peter and David Brewis resented… More »

By: jessica / July 16, 2009 - 1:33 pm

New The Week That Was Video – “Learn To Learn”

Early this year we highlighted School Of Language, the solo project of Field Music’s David Brewis. David’s FM bandmate and brother Peter is busy with a new band, too. They’re called The Week That Was and recently released their excellent self-titled debut, conceived as an information age crime drama. Peter was the original drummer of… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / October 24, 2008 - 4:57 pm

New School of Language Remix

David Brewis is School Of Language. He’s also 1/3 of Field Music (one of two Brewis’s in the band). Though School Of Language is a solo project, he’s not entirely alone on Sea From Shore: The Brit’s debut includes guest spots from Futureheads’ Barry Hyde (guitar/voice on “Disappointment ’99,” awesome bow-tie in his own “Twist“er)… More »

By: brandon / January 30, 2008 - 3:33 pm

Field Music Live Video – “Give It Lose It Take It”

Here’s another bit from the boys of Field Music to keep your bellys from rumbling too loudly for their just-around-the-corner sophomore release Tones Of Town. It’s a live take on the tune we posted last month, but this one’s for the children; the trio brought their prog-pop to the aisles of a library in Lancaster,… More »

By: Stereogum / December 14, 2006 - 1:10 pm

New Field Music

We managed to catch the UK’s Field Music at Emo’s during this year’s South By Schmoozefest (opening for Voxtrot and Serena-Maneesh) and walked out impressed by the trio’s polished instrument-swapping, vocal rounds, and harmonies. That much of their riff-based, beat-displacing pop defied characterization was part of the charm. And from what we’ve heard of their… More »

By: Stereogum / November 20, 2006 - 12:00 pm
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