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Here at Backseat Mafia we love the brothers Brewis – Peter, David and associates aka Field Music, and any excuse to rattle on about them, we take. As it is, there’s a load of stuff happening at camp Field Music as the band release a new video for their latest single ‘Not When You’re In …

Ah, Field Music. You can never go wrong with Field Music, hence they are one of our favourite bands here on Backseat Mafia, so we’re delighted that their new album ‘Flat White Moon’, os out on 23rd April via Memphis Industries. From it, the band, led by brothers Peter and David Brewis, have released lead …

Perennial Backseat Mafia favourites Field Music, aka Peter and David Brewis are back with a new song, ‘Orion from the street,’, is out now via Memphis Industries and the first glimpse of a new studio album due out later in the year. Of the new track, Peter says  “I wrote it in a daze – …

The thing is with inventive bands and music, is it possible to replicate what goes on over months in the studio into a couple of hours live. Now doesn’t necessarily have to be the case all the time, but with the likes of Field Music and Mary Epworth, who teamed up to tour as two …

Time in Joy is the lead and second track to be released from Field Music’s 6th album proper, Open Here, which is released on February 2nd on Memphis Industries. Despite by their own admission, with this new album, to be pursuing a less stripped down sound than on its predecessor ‘Commontime’, it’s business as usual …

Fans of Metronomy, Les Rhythm Digitales,  Les Rythmes Digitales and Hot Chip will want to know that Warm Digits have shared new track “End Times” (Featuring Field Music). Warm Digits are Newcastle-based Andrew Hodson and Steve Jefferis). Now signed to a delighted Memphis Industries, their first emission is the track “End Times” incorporating neighbouring partnership …

Video director Nicole Brending created an incredibly dark-humored video for adopted Minnesotan singer-songwriter Haley Bonar’s new song “Kismet Kill.” It starts out with happy young people doing shots at a prom party, with Haley wearing a party tiara and prom dress, both of which are eerily similar to Courtney Love’s beauty queen outfit in Hole’s …

Sometime in the gloriously messed up late 80s I remember a friend playing me the ’25 ‘O Clock’ mini-album by ‘The Dukes of Stratosphear’, a blast of fabulous neo-psychedelia, that even in our stoned state, a few tracks in, we collectively began to realise was XTC getting their rocks off under an alter-ego. Their follow-up …

Tramlines has become the biggest day on the calendar for Sheffield residents. Every year it seems to get bigger and better, and people from further afield are travelling North to be part of it. Last year’s festival brought legends such as Martha Reeves, The Charlatans and Basement Jaxx to the plate. quite an act to …

Sunderland avant rockers Field Music first heralded their forthcoming album Commontime before Christmas in the shape of The Noisey Days Are Over. If that vibrant slice of progressive indie pop wasn’t enough to tickle your musical taste buds, they’ve followed it up with the equally brilliant Disappointed. Described by David from the band, who takes …