Foreign Fields makes natural rock fit for the cold, mechanical city. Combining electronic blips with deep, ethereal folk, their aesthetic of lostness forces a reminder that we are awash in the unseen. The duo’s voice ebbs and flows as a single harmonic instrument while echo-drenched guitar licks move with a ghost-like cadence.
The band’s most captivating moments lie in silence; the empty space between each note. Whether on piano or guitar, they create a stimulating, comforting sound. Foreign Fields’ stellar recent effort, “Anywhere But Where I Am” will challenge even a roaming soul to be still and listen closely.
2. The Sea
3. From the Lake to Land
4. Fragile Branches
6. Fake Arms
Brian Holl – Guitar, Keys, and Vocals
Eric Hillman – Guitar, Keys and Vocals
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