Field Music Brilliance
Following a self-imposed three-year hiatus, the UK’s FIELD MUSIC released a new 20-track double-album that shouldn’t be missed. The latest album (self-titled but identified as Field Music (Measure) to distinguish it from their debut album) is a gloriously rich LP that builds on the bands rediscovery of classic rock. If you listen closely, you’ll hear echos of vintage Eric Clapton, Cream, Yes, Led Zeppelin, 70s Chicago, Fleetwood Mac, David Bowie, Lou Reed, Brian Eno and Discipline-era King Crimson. Measure is a complex album from one of the most talented and musically adventurous bands out right now. In terms of quality, Measure trumps the band’s first two albums that were both very well-received. Check them out.
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