Field Music Announce New Album ‘Limits of Language’, Share New Single

    Field Music have announced Limits of Language, their first new album in nearly four years. The Flat White Moon follow-up comes out October 11 via Memphis Industries. Today, Peter and David Brewis are previewing it with a new song called ‘Six Weeks, Nine Wells’. Check it out below.

    “We came to the conclusion that we should just start making, pursuing whatever we were most excited about at that moment, and if that music felt like it should be part of a Field Music record, then we would go with that,” David Brewis shared in a statement. “And if not, well, we’ll make other records.” 2023 saw the release of David’s Soft Struggles and Peter’s Blowdry Colossus.

    “I think we’ve always been quite pure in our intentions as artists. We’ve never altered what we do for the sake of making money or chasing what other people like,” he added. “And there’s not really any reward for doing that beyond getting to make the music you want to make. But what if after all that you can’t even make the music?”

    Limits of Language Cover Artwork:

    Limits of Language Tracklist:

    1. Six Weeks, Nine Wells
    2. The Guardian of Sleep
    3. The Limits of Language
    4. Sounds About Right
    5. Absolutely Negative
    6. Curfew in the Square
    7. Turn the Hours Away
    8. On the Other Side
    9. The Waitress of St Louis
    10. I Might Have Been Wrong
    11. Between the Bridges

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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