Field Studies are fast becoming essential listening. Complicated arrangements that still make for easy and satisfying listening. The art rock band have been quick to enlist quite a list of major fans and have benefitted from the likes of Huw Stephens and Tom Robinson who have played them on their respective BBC radio shows, plus support from John Kennedy on Radio X.
Their spell binding live performances have earned them a slot on the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury Festival 2015 from which they have used as a springboard to dive deep into the consciousness of the serious music listener.
The band members include drummer Andrew Harrisson, rhythm guitarist Chris Bailey providing lead vocals joined by lead guitarist Kasper Sandstrom on backing vocals with Charlie Howarth who plays bass.
The extraordinary four-piece have released the EPs Fear On The Rise and Rainmaking, which leave fans and critics awaiting their debut LP release.
“atmospheric indie-pop in the vein of WU LYF
” - NME
“sparse, gossamery soundscapes…combined with gorgeous harmonic singing
” - BBC, for Glastonbury Festival
“the hotly tipped Nottingham four-piece seem to continually expand, allowing their sound to reach epic realms
” - Clash Magazine
Field Studies tickets will become available through Gigantic at 10:00 on Friday 22nd of July. You can have a personal reminder sent to you via text or email to ensure you are ready for their release.
Their Autumn tour sees them play at essential venue Sunflower Lounge in Birmingham, Crofters Rights at culture hub Bristol and cool Nottingham club The Bodega Social.
Gig tickets are always limited so be sure to book early for Field Studies so you don’t miss out.
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