Field Music is a indie rock band from Sunderland, United Kingdom, consisting of David and Peter Brewis, with Andrew Moore featuring as pianist on the first two records.
Formed in 2004, they released their self-titled debut in 2005, with a follow-up, ‘Tones of Town’, coming in 2007. The band then went on hiatus so that the members could work on other projects. David Brewis released an album as School Of Language in February 2008 and a second in 2014, and Peter Brewis recorded an album under the name The Week That Was that was released in August 2008.
The band then returned for a fourth album, ‘Plumb’, which was released in February 2012. The following year they composed a soundtrack for the 1929 silent documentary, ’Drifters’, which was premiered with a live performance and screening for Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival.
David and Peter Brewis joined with Ian Black to create the band Slug in 2014, and Peter Brewis worked with Maximo’s Paul Smith on the album 'Frozen By Sight' the same year.
Field Music reunited again in 2015, and released the album, ‘Commontime’, in February 2015, supporting it with February and March tour dates.
Field Music will next tour the UK in March 2018. Following the news of brand new album ’Open Here’, due to land on February 2, the band will support this new release with three shows in Newcastle, two evening and one matinee, in February with their Open Here orchestra. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Fri 9th Feb 2018
That the Brewis brothers are now fathers to young children is evident on ‘Open Here’, and parenthood has given Field Music a brand new way of experiencing the world, its politics and its stereotypes.