Field Music Limited Edition 7” Single Covers & October UK Tour

Field Music Limited Edition 7” Single Covers & October UK Tour

     With the release, earlier in 2012, of their fourth album Plumb,    Field Music proved once again they are one of British    music’s most unique treasures. But not content with writing their    own masterpieces, on 1st October Field Music release a collection of    cover versions culled from various cover mounts and limited edition    7”s plus a couple of brand new covers.

FIELD MUSIC PLAY… album released 1st October on Memphis Industries
Stream their take on Roxy Music’s ‘If There Is Something’ now

    The compilation, which will feature versions of the Beatles’ Don’t    Pass Me By, Robert Wyatt’s Born Again Cretin and live favourite John    Cale’s Fear Is A Man’s Best Friend, is only available to purchase    from the band’s website at

    Full track listing as follows:

    1. Terrapin (Syd Barrett)
    2. Born Again Cretin (Robert Wyatt)
    3. Heart (Pet Shop Boys)
    4. If There is Something (Roxy Music)
    5. Don’t Pass Me By (The Beatles)
    6. Suzanne (Leonard Cohen)
    7. Fear is a Man’s Best Friend (John Cale)
    8. Rent (Pet Shop Boys)

    Field Music tour throughout the UK in October with support from    Golden Fables and Warm Digits.  Dates as follows:


    Oct 03 2012, Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree *
    Oct 04 2012, Glasgow, Oran Mor *
    Oct 05 2012, Leeds, The Cockpit *
    Oct 06 2012, Liverpool, Kazimier
    Oct 11 2012, Cardiff, clwb Ifor Bach #
    Oct 12 2012, Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms #
    Oct 17 2012, London, Electric Ballroom *
    Oct 18 2012, Brighton, The Haunt *
    Oct 19 2012, Bath, Komedia *
    Oct 20 2012, Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre *
    # w/ Warm Digits
    * w/ Golden Fables

    Field Music’s collaboration with Warm Digits, a session originally    recorded for BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction, will be released on 10″    vinyl though Distraction Records on 24th September.


“Homespun brilliance from Sunderland’s pop perfectionists”**** Uncut
“The Brewis brothers fabulous fourth…. fast becoming the cherished eccentrics of British guitar music” **** Q
“A fourth album that’s fun and breezy yet also complex and meaningful” 8/10 NME
“Terrific songs worthy of celebration” **** Guardian

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Field Music Limited Edition 7” Single Covers & October UK Tour