Field Music 'Open Here' limited transparent vinyl LP

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Field Music 'Open Here' limited transparent vinyl LP

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Field Music - 'Open Here' limited 180g transparent vinyl LP in die cut sleeve with full album download code.

This transparent vinyl edition is exclusively available from indie stores like us.

Tracklisting -

A1. Time In Joy
A2. Count It Up
A3. Front Of House
A4. Share A Pillow
A5. Open Here
A6. Goodbye To The Country
B1. Checking On A Message
B2. No King No Princess
B3. Cameraman
B4. Daylight Saving
B5. Find A Way To Keep Me

February 2018 sees the return of Field Music with their sixth album, Open Here.
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.
But there's no gloom here. For Peter and David Brewis, playing together in their small riverside studio has been a joyful exorcism. Open Here is the last in a run of five albums made at the studio, an unprepossessing unit on a light industrial estate in Sunderland. Whilst the brothers weren't quite tracking while the wrecking balls came, the eviction notice received in early 2017 gave the brothers a sense of urgency in the recording of Open Here.
There probably won't be many other rock records this year, or any year, which feature quite so much flute and flugelhorn (alongside the saxophones, string quartet and junk box percussion). But somehow or other, it comes together. Over thirteen years and six albums, Field Music have managed to carve a niche where all of these sounds can find a place; a place where pop music can be as voracious as it wants to be.

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