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Field Music


cd - £9.99 | Buy
love record stores edition - Transparent 180g red LP + signed print - £19.99 | Buy
Field Music have been busy! Not content with the current state of affairs, they have set about ‘making a new world’ and, oh my, have they made a fan...
Field Music

Field Music (Measure) (rsd 20)

record store day 2020 - 180g red & yellow 2LP + download - £24.99 | Buy
A landmark in Field Music’s long and varied history, it marked their return from a self-imposed hiatus with a gloriously rich LP that entwined the brother...
Field Music

Open Here

LP - £16.99 | Buy
13 years & 6 albums in, the Sunderland siblings have carved themselves a musical niche where their rhythmic anarchy & wonky chords sit comfortably; a pl...
Field Music

Tones Of Town (RSD17)

record store day exclusive 2017 - 180g yellow LP, gatefold - £16.99 | Buy
Ten year anniversary of Field Music’s hugely acclaimed second album.
Field Music

music for Drifters

record store day 2015 - silver vinyl lp, gatefold sleeve - £16.99 | Buy
Field Music release a brand new instrumental album for 2015's Record Store Day.
  1. The Noisy Days Are Over
  2. Disappointed
  3. But Not For You
  4. I'm Glad
  5. Don’t You Want To Know
  6. What's Wrong?
  7. How Should I Know If You've Changed?
  8. Trouble At The Lights
  9. They Want You To Remember
  10. It's A Good Thing
  11. The Morning Is Waiting
  12. Same Name
  13. Stay Awake

Field Music


Memphis Industries
  • cd

    Released: 5th Feb 2016

  • 2lp + download

    Released: 5th Feb 2016


the real joy of the brewis brothers is that no-one else really does what they do; the interweaving vocals, the rhythmic gear changes, the slightly off-chords, but with the sensibility that keeps them within touching distance of pop music.

Where 2012's 'Plumb' was an album of vignettes & segues, their 6th studio album, 'Commontime', edges towards what people might dare to call “proper songs”. Field Music have never shown off their unashamed love of choruses quite like they do here. Lyrically, Peter & David continue to mine that inexhaustible seam wondering how on earth we ended up here, in this situation, as these people. Musically they wander through a soundworld that takes in 10cc, talking heads, steely dan, roxy music & queen but twists them all into a jerky but cohesive aural delight. "balances the Brewis brothers' predilection for unusual song structures & unconventional instrumentation with a decidedly grown up narrative" 7.8/10 - pitchfork  

natasha recommends: "at 1st, the pace, complexity & intensity of the brewis brothers’ latest oeuvre was a little overwhelming (they never sit still!) but slowly slowly, song by song, ‘commontime’ has become my go-to pick-me-up album. sheer joy!"