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About Field Music

With their tight harmonies and hairpin turns, David and Peter Brewis take more from the canon of North American progressive, independent pop than other singing brother acts from their British homeland. With keyboardist Andrew Moore, the brothers started Field Music in Sunderland, England, and immediately drew comparisons to Peter's old band, the Futureheads. Their 2005 self-titled debut was a collection of heavily orchestrated songs and sunny Beach Boys harmonies and was released by Memphis Industries Records to niche critical acclaim. The follow-up, Write Your Own History, collected their earlier songs and B-sides and appeared in 2006. In January 2007 Memphis Industries released the group's third LP, Tones of Town.

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With their tight harmonies and hairpin turns, David and Peter Brewis take more from the canon of North American progressive, independent pop than other singing brother acts from their British homeland. With keyboardist Andrew Moore, the brothers started Field Music in Sunderland, England, and immediately drew comparisons to Peter's old band, the Futureheads. Their 2005 self-titled debut was a collection of heavily orchestrated songs and sunny Beach Boys harmonies and was released by Memphis Industries Records to niche critical acclaim. The follow-up, Write Your Own History, collected their earlier songs and B-sides and appeared in 2006. In January 2007 Memphis Industries released the group's third LP, Tones of Town.

About Field Music

With their tight harmonies and hairpin turns, David and Peter Brewis take more from the canon of North American progressive, independent pop than other singing brother acts from their British homeland. With keyboardist Andrew Moore, the brothers started Field Music in Sunderland, England, and immediately drew comparisons to Peter's old band, the Futureheads. Their 2005 self-titled debut was a collection of heavily orchestrated songs and sunny Beach Boys harmonies and was released by Memphis Industries Records to niche critical acclaim. The follow-up, Write Your Own History, collected their earlier songs and B-sides and appeared in 2006. In January 2007 Memphis Industries released the group's third LP, Tones of Town.

About Field Music

With their tight harmonies and hairpin turns, David and Peter Brewis take more from the canon of North American progressive, independent pop than other singing brother acts from their British homeland. With keyboardist Andrew Moore, the brothers started Field Music in Sunderland, England, and immediately drew comparisons to Peter's old band, the Futureheads. Their 2005 self-titled debut was a collection of heavily orchestrated songs and sunny Beach Boys harmonies and was released by Memphis Industries Records to niche critical acclaim. The follow-up, Write Your Own History, collected their earlier songs and B-sides and appeared in 2006. In January 2007 Memphis Industries released the group's third LP, Tones of Town.