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Field Music - '(I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing'

It's got an urbane, mannered falsetto

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They’re clever chaps, those brothers from Field Music. “I don’t want to simplify it, eloquence is overrated”, sings David Brewis in his urbane, mannered falsetto. They’re fastidious fellows as well, all pointy elbows as they pull fretting XTC shapes while incubating secret yacht rock fantasies. But most of all they’re sexy, in that rarefied “Imma close my eyes and finger the fretboard” kinda way.

(I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing by Field Music

Louise Brailey

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