We’re delighted to launch our podcast with an episode featuring Field Music.
Tim drove up to Sunderland earlier this year, 2019, braving the wind and the rain but received a warm welcome from the brothers Brewis who showed him their studio, made him tea, fed him a local pastry and regaled him with views and reflections on their career so far, and how they’ve carried the DIY ethics of their early days through to their recent, critically-acclaimed records Commontime and Open Here.
Peter and David Brewis have been trading under the name Field Music since 2005, when they released their debut, eponymous album for Memphis Industries. Since then they’ve released a further five full studio LPs, including 2012’s Plumb, which was nominated for a Mercury Prize. In 2018 the band were commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to make a sound and light show to commemorate some aspects of the end of the First World War; this project formed the basis of their upcoming 2020 album Making A New World.
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