Although they released an album just last year, Field Music are not wasting the downtime afforded by the pandemic and seem to be gearing up to release another in 2021 – along with a tour, with all being well. They’re foregrounding all that with a new single called “Orion From The Street”, with Peter Brewis revealing:

“I wrote it in a daze – it’s full of accidental quotes and allusions – the first couple of lines I overheard in a Cary Grant documentary but they sum up the whole song – how intense impressions of love, hate, grief and guilt can be an almost hallucinatory experience.”

A sparkling melange of synths, weightless piano, and metaphysical injections of flute, “Orion From The Street” is the perfect vessel for Peter’s disconnected imagery, bringing it all together with seamless dream logic. In a time when we all feel like we’re being knocked into a daily daze by the new twists that the world brings, Field Music actually seem to have put some order in the chaos with “Orion From The Street”. What’s more impressive is that it turns out to be a wholly positive sound, resulting in a pearl of a song that provides a perfect escape into a world where things just aren’t as heavy.

Listen to “Orion From The Street” below or on streaming platforms.

Field Music have also announced these UK tour dates:

07 Oct 2021, Aberdeen, Tunnels
08 Oct 2021, Glasgow, St Luke’s
09 Oct 2021, Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
14 Oct 2021, Birmingham, Mama Roux’s
15 Oct 2021, Bristol, The Fleece
16 Oct 2021, Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
21 Oct 2021, Brighton, Komedia
22 Oct 2021, London, Electric Ballroom
23 Oct 2021, Manchester, Gorilla

And they’ve already got these festivals lined up:

04 April, Cardiff, Wales Goes Pop
02-04 July, Swandlincote, Timber Festival
07 Aug 2021, Summerhall, Edinburgh International Festival
02-05 Sept 2021, Wiltshire, End of the Road Festival

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