Field Music, helmed by brothers Peter and David Brewis, have just announced a series of UK shows for 2018. The dates include a special night at the Barbican in London with strings, horns, woodwind and assorted percussion provided by the Open Here Orchestra.
Field Music 2018 live dates
08 Mar 2018 – Brighton, Komedia
09 Mar 2018 – Bristol, The Lantern
10 Mar 2018 – Southampton, Engine Rooms
11 Mar 2018 – Exeter, Phoenix
15 Mar 2018 – Birmingham, 02 Institute 2
16 Mar 2018 – Manchester, Gorilla
17 Mar 2018 – Glasgow, Saint Luke’s
22 Mar 2018 – Liverpool, Arts Club
23 Mar 2018 – Sheffield, Foundry
24 Mar 2018 – Norwich, The Waterfront
25 May 2018 – London, Barbican with the Open Here Orchestra
Pre-sale for the March shows begins at 10am tomorrow (Wednesday 25th October) exclusively from www.field-music.co.uk with tickets going on general sale this Friday (27th October, at 10am). Tickets for the Barbican show are onsale now from the Barbican site.
Field Music have a handful of shows left for 2017. Tickets are sold out or running low for all:
05 Nov 2017 – Newcastle, Cluny with Warm Digits (Sold Out)
11 Nov 2017 – Manchester, Albert Hall, with British Sea Power, Dutch Uncles and Girl Ray
02 Dec 2017 – Leeds, Us Vs Them @ Brudenell with C Duncan, Dutch Uncles et al
Over thirteen years and six albums, Field Music have managed to carve a niche where all of these sounds can find a place; a place where pop music can be as voracious as it wants to be. Field Music will be touring as a seven piece with core live players Kev Dosdale (guitar), Andrew Lowther (bass), Liz Corney (vocals and keys) plus Damo Waters on percussion and Sarah Hayes on flute and keyboards.
A new Field Music album – set to the be the group’s sixth – is in the works for early 2018.