Field Music

Flat White Moon




Much of the album is plainly about loss and grief, and also about the guilt and isolation which comes with that. Those personal upheavals are apparent on songs like Out of the Frame, where the loss of a loved one is felt more deeply because they can’t be found in photographs and compounded by the suspicion that you caused their absence, or on When You Last Heard From a Linda, which details the confusion of being unable to penetrate a best friend’s loneliness in the darkest of circumstances. Some songs are more impressionistic. Orion From The Streets combines Studio Ghibli, a documentary about Cary Grant and an excess of wine to become a hallucinogenic treatise on memory and guilt.. Others, such as Not When You’re In Love, are more descriptive. Here, the narrator guides us through slide-projected scenes, questioning the ideas and semantics of ‘love’ as well the reliability of his own memory. The result is a generous record of bounteous musical ideas, in many ways Field Music’s most immediately gratifying to date.

Label: Memphis Industries
Genre: Rock
Stil: Indie Rock
Artist: Field Music
Land: Germany
Jahr: 2021
Format: 1x Vinyl
Schlagworte: Album, Limited Edition, LP


Pos. Track Dauer
A1 Orion From The Street
A2 Do Me A Favour
A3 Not When You’re In Love
A4 Out Of The Frame
A5 When You Last Heard From Linda
A6 No Pressure
B1 In This City
B2 I’m The One Who Wants To Be With You
B3 Meant To Be
B4 Invisible Days
B5 The Curtained Room
B6 You Get Better