Field Music

Biography

The indie rock band Field Music was formed in 2004 in Sunderland, England, by brothers David and Peter Brewis, and Andrew Moore. In 2005, the band released their first album, Field Music. The second, Tones of Town, came out in 2007.

In February 2010, the band released its third studio album, entitled Field Music (Measure). The fourth, Plumb, came out in February 2012. The group released in 2015 the album Music For Drifters, which is a soundtrack for a silent documentary, entitled "Drifters", from 1929. Commontime, the sixth album by band, arrived in February 2016. A new album, Open Here, was released in 2018.

Making a New World, a concept album whose theme is the aftereffects of the First World War, was released in 2020. The following year, Field Music  released Flat White Moon, the band's eighth album.

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Featured Albums

Flat White Moon

2021 | Album

Making a New World

2020 | Album

Open Here

2018 | Album

Commontime

2016 | Album

Music For Drifters

2015 | Album

Plumb

2012 | Album

Tones of Town

2007 | Album

Field Music

2005 | Album

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