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For the 1970s band of the same name, see Fields (progressive rock band)
Black Lab Records
|Past members||Nick Peill
Þórunn Antonía Magnúsdóttir
Fields were an Anglo-Icelandic electronic/indie band formed in London in 2006. After playing their first live shows they signed a deal with Atlantic Records, who allowed them to release through their own Black Lab Records set-up to record their 2007 debut album Everything Last Winter with producer Michael Beinhorn at Sun Studios, Dublin.
Vocalist Nick Peill instigated most of Fields' songs. With Peill, line-up was vocalist and keyboard player Þórunn Antonía, lead guitarist Jamie Putnam, drummer Henry Spenner, and bassist Matty Derham who later joined Does It Offend You, Yeah?.
Although recording work commenced on a follow-up album entitled 'Lost Frequencies' which would include the songs 'Sun In Your Eyes', 'Constantly', 'Are You Ready Yet?', 'Worst Love' and 'Call The Captain', the album remains unreleased.
The band split-up in 2009 after they lost their recording contract.
- Nick Peill - vocals; acoustic guitar; keyboards
- Þórunn Antonía Magnúsdóttir - vocals; keyboards; synths
- Henry Spenner - vocals; drums
- Matty Derham - bass guitar
- Jamie Putham - guitar
- "Song For The Fields" Single (2006), Black Lab Records
- 8 From The Village EP (2006), Warner Music
- 4 From The Village EP (2006), Black Lab Records
- 7 From The Village EP (2006), Atlantic Records
- "Heretic" Single (2006), Black Lab Records
- "If You Fail We All Fail" Single (20/11/2006)
- Feathers EP (2007), Atlantic Records
- "Charming The Flames" Single (26/03/2007), Atlantic Records
- Song For The Fields (2006)
- Brittlesticks (2006)
- If You Fail We All Fail (2006)
- Charming The Flames (2007)