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I have been waiting for this record for a minute now and i must say this is truly a special album. While i loved the 7 from the village ep this record truly showcases the bands indie pop power. It is very refreshing to hear an ALBUM that takes you on such a sonic journey.


It does pain me to simply state that 'Everything Last Winter' is just 'ok', mediocre, average, pretty good. But unfortunately Fields leaves me with no choice after releasing the stellar recording '7 From the Village' last year. The song material isn't neccessarily drastically worse from their 'true' debut release last year, perhaps it is the glossy production style that unbelievably makes this album more comparable to typical indie rock bands. But using a producer that is more accustomed to bands like Korn & Red Hot Chili Peppers will do that I suppose. Sorry - I wanted to love this album, but even their remake of their own remarkable 'Song for the Fields' left me unimpressed.


gets a little too emo in spots, but an overall strong effort.


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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