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rnrnThe dewy harmonies and expansive guitar washes that permeate Fields\' debut full-length, Everything Last Winter, create a lustrous fantasy realm that sounds like a rocket-ship ride through a pastoral fairy tale. Prog-indie at its finest.rnrnThere\'s an immense amount of sound to take in here. The members of the Birmingham, England-based band employ acoustic guitars and booming distorted bass, synths, vintage organs, strings and trumpets, but the variety of pieces never results in the excessive instrument fetish and kitchen-sink overkill that\'s rampant in today\'s rock scene. Credit producer Michael Beinhorn (Brian Eno, Hole, Soundgarden) for keeping all the pieces in place.rnrnThe album kicks off with "Song from the Village," a tour-de-force that also opened the band\'s 7 From the Fields EP, released last year via Vice. The production quality has been greatly stepped up -- trading the rustic authenticity of the EP for the pristine, expansive sound of a big-budget studio -- and the song has an extended instrumental outro, but all for the better. It\'s a monster.rnrnThe band also shows a welcome divergence of style and sound while maintaining a consistent tone over the length of the album. "Feathers" features the breathy falsetto vocals of keyboardist Thorunn Antonia while progressing into a whitewash crescendo of massive guitar multitracks, wailing strings and a propulsive driving beat. rnrnCrescendos are Fields\' stock in trade, and aside from drummer Henry Spenner\'s repetitive style, they rarely feel excessive or indulgent. Elsewhere, "School Books" displays the eerily sweet harmonies between Antonia (who figures far more prominently here than on the EP) and guitarist Nick Peill. The quiet "You Made Me a Parasite" shows the band\'s folkier side, an airy lullaby duet about romantic attachment that closes the album on a contemplative note. rnrnFields are the space rockers who can sing, a power-pop band from a dark side, shoegazers with a sense of focus and steely determination, folkies with fire and a massive electric bill. As we near the year\'s halfway point, Everything Last Winter may be the most accomplished debut of 2007, and it will invariably be one of the best.rnrn8.5 rnrn- Prefix Magazinernrn
rnrnONE of the most striking things about Fields’ debut album Everything Last Winter is the power of the guitar work, which impresses from the outset.rnrnBoth Jamie and Nick have the happy knack of fusing some powerful and psychedelically tinged guitar riffs with occasional shots of early 1970s folk that work well in tandem with the boy and little-girl lost vocals.rnrnSeveral tracks begin softly only to explode into thrilling life; others merely deliver a pleasingly breezy listen that’ll doubtless be perfect for milling about to on a long, hot summer’s day.rnrnFields have, of course, been hotly-tipped for greatness since releasing their critically-acclaimed and much sought-after EP 4 From The Fields last July.rnrnSince then, they’ve won many friends during support slots with Editors, Snow Patrol and Bloc Party.rnrnThey hail from London and are comprised of Nick Peill (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Thorunn Antonia (vocals/keyboards), Henry Spenner (drums/vocals), Matty Derham (bass/keyboards/vocals) and Jamie Putnam (guitar).rnrnFortunately, they make good on their potential with debut album Everything Last Winter, a rousing collection of songs that marry the exciting brashness of early Ash with elements of My Bloody Valentine and the wonderfully psychedelic qualities of America’s Joy Zipper.rnrnThings kick off in suitably stirring fashion with the signature track Song For The Fields; Peill’s vocals taking centre-stage early on while the guitars build from folksy and acoustic to driving and electric.rnrnBy the time Peill and Antonia team up to deliver the chorus of “you’re not the only one”, the song should have you hooked and just keeps getting stronger and stronger.rnrnIt’s followed by former single Charming The Flames, another track that begins with simple melodies and laidback, almost serene vocals, before exploding to life for a rousing, guitar-driven finale.rnrnYou Don’t Need This Song (To Fix Your Broken Heart) is a fine example of the band’s folkier tendencies and a perfect summer track in waiting thanks to its breezy style.rnrnBut it’s followed by the altogether more lively Feathers which pretty much launches into some more emphatic guitar chords from the outset – and then places Antonia’s vocals to the fore. Together with The Death, they represent the sound of Fields at their most angry and confrontational – but such moments only give rise to more thrilling guitar riffs.rnrnIt’s a measure of the group’s strength, however, that much of their music is steeped in classic songwriting values – strong sense of melody, strong sense of structure and plenty of layerying. Many of the tracks aspire to epic greatness and several reach some thrilling highs that have already given rise to some equally memorable live performances.rnrnFurther highlights include You Brought This On Yourself, a hypnotic charmer that swaps the fire of The Death with something altogether more shimmering and nicely melodic.rnrnWhile it’s a neat trick to introduce the sound of birds singing to the intro of Skulls and Flesh and More, a track so steeped in summery qualities that it practically makes a mockery of its Goth-like name!rnrnIf You Fail We All Fail comes alive with some vibrant guitar work before album closer Parasite eases you into a more relaxed place with its folksy hooks, cinematic strings and tender boy-girl vocal duet.rnrnIt offers a supremely satisfying finale to an album that genuinely impresses from beginning to end.rnrn4 Starsrnrn- indielondon.co.ukrnrnrnrnArtist: FieldsrnAlbum: Everything Last WinterrnDate Of Release: 2007rnGenre: Indie Rock, Folk RockrnBitrate: VBR --alt-preset extreme

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