|Origin||Wisconsin, United States|
|Genres||Indie rock, experimental, ambient, indie folk|
|Years active||2005–2014 (hiatus)|
|Associated acts||Collections of Colonies of Bees, Bon Iver, All Tiny Creatures, Group of the Altos, Death Blues, Pele|
|Past members||Jim Schoenecker|
The band began as a collaboration between Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and members of Collections of Colonies of Bees. Their debut album, Unmap, was released on September 22, 2009, reaching number 92 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. The band toured on the success of this release, with a large string of shows around Japan in November 2010 being their most notable run.
Since the band's formation, Jon Mueller (Death Blues) and Thomas Wincek (of All Tiny Creatures) have left Collections of Colonies of Bees, but continue to be members of Volcano Choir. They have also added Matthew Skemp on bass, who also plays in All Tiny Creatures.
The cover art for Unmap was created by Adreienne DeBoer, and insert art was illustrated by Dave Godowsky.
Andrew Fitzpatrick from All Tiny Creatures became a touring member in 2013, supporting the album Repave and is now a member of the band. He then became a touring member of Bon Iver, supporting the album 22, A Million.
Thomas Wincek joined Field Report in 2014.
The band finished touring in support of Repave in November 2014, and have since been on hiatus as Vernon focuses on Bon Iver.
- Island, Is (2009)
- Byegone (2013)
- Comrade (2013)
- Sound (2014)
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