Thursday, March 03, 2016

Field Music hit the road!

Somehow 12 years and six albums into their career Sunderland’s Field Music have hit the form of their lives with a brace of classic singles - The Noisy Days Are Over and the Hall and Oates-tastic Disappointed - and a critically acclaimed new album, Commontime. They’re out on tour right now too (details below), although most dates have unsurprisingly sold out (you might just squeeze in to the Exeter, Nottingham or Southampton gigs if you’re super speedy), and they’ve just announced their biggest headline shows so far with a trio of gigs in October. Buy now or end up paying £200 to some dodgy geezer on eBay.   

03 Mar - Cardiff, The Globe
04 Mar - Exeter Phoenix, Exeter
05 Mar - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
10 Mar - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (SOLD OUT)
11 Mar - Manchester, Band on the Wall (SOLD OUT)
13 Mar - Glasgow, School Of Art (UPGRADED VENUE)
18 Mar - London, Islington Assembly Hall (SOLD OUT)
19 Mar - Southampton, Engine Rooms
20 Mar - Brighton, The Haunt (SOLD OUT)
22 Oct – Sage, Gateshead
26 Oct – Shepherds Bush Empire, London
29 Oct – Ritz, Manchester

Being the lovely folk that they no doubt are they’re sharing the love with a spanking new remix of Disappointed from super cool producer Ewan Pearson that’s 100% free to download right here right now.

Head over to The Guardian and you can stream the whole new album too! I tell you it’s like frickin’ Christmas...

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