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Apr 21, 2020

School of Language, the pseudonym of Field Music’s David Brewis for his solo musical endeavors, has released a new five-song EP inspired by the music of Prince. It’s entitled I Could Have Loved U Better and is available on Bandcamp for pay-what-you-like pricing, to commemorate the fourth anniversary of Prince’s passing. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Metronomy, Sleater-Kinney, Sufjan Stevens, Lower Dens, and More

Plus Electric Youth, Hot Chip, Penelope Isles, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 31, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. After two weeks where we couldn’t even muster a Top 10, this week was an embarrassment of aural riches. We almost went for a Top 12 instead of our usual Top 10, but restrained ourselves. More

School of Language (Field Music’s David Brewis) Surprise-Releases New Anti-Donald Trump Album

45 Out Now via Memphis Industries; Some Proceeds to Benefit Planned Parenthood

May 30, 2019

School of Language is the side-project of David Brewis of Field Music (which is a duo with his brother Peter Brewis) and now he has surprise-released 45, a new album about Donald Trump and, as a press release puts it, “his dubious rise in politics, his capricious behavior while in office, and the motley cast of characters he has surrounded himself with.” More

Apr 08, 2014

Today School of Language, the solo side-project of Field Music’s David Brewis, released its second album Old Fears. More

School of Language Announces New Album “Old Fears”

Due Out April 8 Via Memphis Industries

Jan 15, 2014

School of Language is Field Music’s David Brewis. On April 8 the Sunderland, England-based musician will once again go it alone with the release of his new album Old Fears More


Apr 07, 2014

The latest solo effort from Field Music’s David Brewis captures the melodic sophistication we’ve come to expect from his group efforts, but more focused and restrained. Old Fears is a glitchy, synth-infused album of blissful white-boy funk in a neat 35-minute package. More