Band Unveil Massive Tour

Anglo-Icelandic group Fields have unveiled a massive series of UK dates, it has been announced.

Formed around lead singer Nick Peill, this London four piece earned acclaim for debut album 'Everything Last Winter. Recorded in Dublin, it captured on record the band's intelligent, literate approach to songwriting.

Details on the band's new album are sketchy, but in recent interviews Nick Peill has hinted that he has been inspired by 'The Road' by Cormac McCarthy. The album finds the band rejuvenated after a period of internal strife - guitarist Jamie Putnam left the band. Titled 'Lost Frequencies' it is slated for an early 2009 release.

Fields will play the following dates:

November 14th - Korova, Liverpool
November 15th - Moles, Bath
November 16th - Fat Fox, Portsmouth
November 18th - Audio, Brighton
November 19th - Brudenell, Leeds
November 20th - Fuzz Club, Sheffield
November 21st - Stonelove, Newcastle
November 22nd - The Deaf Institute, Manchester
November 24th - Louisiana, Bristol
November 25th - Water Rats, London
November 26th - Soul Tree, Cambridge
November 27th - Bodega, Nottingham
November 28th - 444 Club @ The Rainbow, Birmingham

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