Field Music's new album, Plumb, comes out Feb. 14 in the U.S.
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February 5, 2012 The fourth album from the British brother act is a work of dynamic prog-pop that would make the members of Yes jealous.
"Let's Write a Book" stretches Field Music's indie-pop aesthetic to its outer limits, delving into electronica and funk.
February 22, 2010 "Let's Write a Book" stretches the band's aesthetic to its outer limits, delving further into electronica and funk than any of its predecessors. The digression can be disorienting at first — there's no denying that the hook sounds suspiciously close to the "Underworld" theme from Super Mario Bros. — but Field Music preserves the poppy, crisp edges to its songwriting.
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April 17, 2006 With a diverse list of influences that include The Left Banke, My Bloody Valentine, Stravinsky and Thelonious Monk, its no surprise that the U.K. band Field Music create an eclectic brew of modern pop music.
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