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mandr8ke Upbeat British pop/rock that receives steady play from me. The production of "Time In Joy" is reminiscent of Human League's "(Keep Feeling) Fascination". I appreciate the lyrical sentiment in "Count It Up". The musical arrangement of "Front of House" was a nice surprise. Fun album. Favorite track: Time In Joy.
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Steve Lawson Everything Field Music does is amazing. No exceptions here. Subtle, beautiful grown-up power pop perfection to play to anyone who dribbles on about how 'they don't write songs like they used to'... Favorite track: Count It Up.
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Ruairí Ó They’ve done it again. Consistently giving us some of of the most original, innovative and fun music around. And the closing track is just lush. Favorite track: Find A Way To Keep Me.
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Field Music, Peter and David Brewis, have announced their sixth album “Open Here”. The brothers are just putting the finishing touches to the record and plan on releasing via Memphis Industries on 2 February 2018.

The two years since Commontime have been strange and turbulent. If you thought the world made some kind of sense, you may have questioned yourself a few times in the past two years. And that questioning, that erosion of faith - in people, in institutions, in shared experience - runs through every song on the new Field Music album.

The brother’s studio, on the banks of the river Wear, became a sanctuary away from everything political and personal, a cocoon of creativity. And conversely, making the album became an alternative way to connect to people, with a wide array of musicians invited to leave their mark, notably Sarah Hayes on flute and piccolo, Liz Corney on vocals, Pete Fraser on saxophone, Simon Dennis on trumpet and flugelhorn, a Cornshed Sisters choir and the regular string quartet of Ed Cross, Jo Montgomery, Chrissie Slater and Ele Leckie. The result is a record that is bigger in scale, grander than anything they've done before.

David Brewis explains, “where Commontime felt like a distillation of all of the elements that make up Field Music, this feels like an expansion; as if we’re pushing in every direction at once to see how far we can go”.

Field Music have also announced a string of UK shows in 2018. The dates include special shows at the Barbican in London and The Northern Stage in Newcastle with strings, horns, woodwind and assorted percussion provided by the Open Here Orchestra.

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released February 2, 2018

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