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With 15 songs in 35 minutes, Plumb is best swallowed whole. The first three tracks set the template for the album, with recurring lyrical phrases echoing the predictability of daily life. The vignettes are strong enough to stand on their own, yet each track is more impressive when its ideas are laid end-to-end as one concept. The band’s prog tendencies are now fully ingrained into its spring-loaded sound, and the songs' brevity demands that they hit the hook hard and move along. There’s simply no room for anything else. Fortunately, the band's musicianship is precise enough to execute the sharp, angular riffs, nimble drumming, and clever arrangements that dominate here. Intelligent and endearingly skewed, Field Music’s fourth album intertwines art-rock and pop into a crisp and cohesive set.


Formed: Sunderland, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from Sunderland, England, indie/art rockers Field Music were formed in the early 2000s by siblings Peter and David Brewis. Their colorful and hyper-musical blend of tricky Beach Boys melodies filtered through a post-rock-meets-prog-rock-meets-soft-rock aesthetic has drawn comparisons to the New Pornographers and the Futureheads. Their self-titled debut was released in 2005 on Memphis Industries Records, followed by Write Your Own History in 2006 and Tones of Town in 2007. After this burst...
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