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Album Review

The five members of the British band Fields couldn't have planned it this way, but in a single ten-track album, they manage to evoke all of the following bands/artists (and in no particular order): My Bloody Valentine, Fleetwood Mac, Genesis, Radiohead, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Nick Drake, and Cocteau Twins. That may be a potent cocktail of influences, but it's all in balance throughout the eye-opening brew of lush, heavily textured music that spills from Everything Last Winter, the band's spellbinding full-length debut. Acoustic guitars have a special place in the songs of Fields — before a swirl of synthesizers takes over, they set a deceptively gentle mood. They're the first of many layers in what amounts to a stacked but penetrable sound, one that's made all the more distinctive by the well-balanced male/female harmonies of Nick Peill and Thorunn Antonia. Standout tracks include the opening "Song for the Fields" (from their 7 from the Village EP) and the '70s-tinged "You Don't Need This Song (To Fix Your Broken Heart)."


Formed: Birmingham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Prior to the release of their first album, Fields offered a special band-approved mixtape to fans through their website and MySpace page, including songs that give newcomers some idea of where the British five-piece is coming from: along with three of their own songs, old-school folk-rockers Pentangle and Linda Perhacs, synth pioneers Silver Apples, and an eclectic batch of current indie rockers like Sufjan Stevens, Thurston Moore, Broadcast, Smog, and Jaga Jazzist all make appearances. This blend...
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