Live Gig Video: Field Music play four tracks in studio for Seattle radio station KEXP

By on Monday, 9th May 2016 at 4:00 pm

In the midst of their recent North American tour, Sunderland brother duo Field Music stopped in at Seattle radio station KEXP to play a live set of four tracks from their latest LP release ‘Commontime’. The KEXP studio session took place on the 28th of March, coincidentally the same day that editor Mary’s live review of Field Music’s Washington, DC performance from a few days earlier posted here on TGTF.

The Brewis brothers, along with Liz Corney on keyboards and backing vocals and Andrew Lowther on bass, joined KEXP radio host Stevie Zoom and photographer Hanna Stevens for the late afternoon studio session, where they played new album tracks ‘The Noisy Days Are Over’, ‘I’m Glad’, ‘Disappointed’ and ‘Don’t You Want to Know What’s Wrong?’. Just below, you can watch the full 24-minute live set, which includes a brief interview at the midway point, and you can sneak a peek at Stevens’ photos from the session on KEXP’s Flickr.

TGTF’s previous coverage of David and Peter Brewis in the context of Field Music is right back this way.


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