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Field Music Return With Double Album

Measure Out February 16th Via Memphis Industries/Revolver

Oct 22, 2009 Field Music Bookmark and Share


The hook-laden Sunderland indie rockers Field Music will release their third album soon. It’s their first since 2007’s pretty dang solid Tones of Town and it happens to be a double album. (Those seem to be in vogue this year.) In the interim between FM releases, frontmen David and Peter Brewis focused on School of Language and The Week That Was, respectively. The new song suite is titled Measure and it’s set to drop February 16th of next year, via Memphis Industries/Revolver.

A melodious string quartet weaves and bobs through a fine lattice of bass and guitar on the title track (available right here.) “Measure” is a simple cut for sure, but a nice taste of the chamber indie rock to come. Think of a fey conflation of XTC and early-Talk Talk and you’ll get close to pinpointing the group’s tweaked approach to pop. Field Music will be previewing songs from the new LP on the road very soon. See those dates and the tracklisting below.

(Measure):

01 In the Mirror
02 Them That Do Nothing
03 Each Time Is a New Time
04 Measure
05 Effortlessly
06 Clear Water
07 Lights Up
08 All You’d Ever Need to Say
09 Let’s Write a Book
10 You and I
11 The Rest Is Noise
12 Curves of the Needle
13 Choosing Numbers
14 The Wheels Are in Place
15 First Come the Wish
16 Precious Plans
17 See You Later
18 Something Familiar
19 Share the Words
20 It’s About Time

Field Music:

11-13 Liverpool, England - The Bumper
11-19 Manchester, England - The Deaf Institute
11-21 Glasgow, Scotland - Captain’s Rest
11-22 Edinburgh, Scotland - Sneaky Pete’s
11-27 Newcastle, England - The Cluny
11-28 Newcastle, England - The Cluny
12-03 Brooklyn, NY - The Bell House
12-05 Chicago, IL - The Beat Kitchen
01-07 London, England - Jan Hoxton Bar & Grill

(www.field-music.co.uk)



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