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New Field Mouse LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Field Mouse's new full-length album, Meaning, is out today via Topshelf Records. The band's latest collection of recordings navigates and negotiates individual existence, within a world of disorder. Peaceful vocals provide the vehicle to explore personal and societal problems and pleasures in radiant, melodic eruptions. The LP was produced by Field Mouse bandmates, Andrew Futral and Rachel Browne, and Kyle Gilbride (of Wherever Audio). 





Field Mouse express cautious optimism on "Heart of Gold," play Elsewhere 8.17

New York / Philadelphia band Field Mouse evoke internal conflict on their new single “Heart of Gold,” basking in lukewarm nostalgia against massive pop punk riffs and a breakneck percussive pace. With lyrics detailing dreams of car crashes and meeting one’s “evil self,” lead singer Rachel Browne’s vocal performance is rife with anxiety and a lingering sense of dread. Despite this apprehension, Browne still expresses a cautious confidence, stating she “still has a heart of gold,” which offset against melodic, explosive guitar work embeds the track with an enduring sense of optimism. Stream it below, and catch Field Mouse at Elsewhere’s Zone One on August 17th. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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New Track: "Heart of Gold" - Field Mouse

Meaning is the forthcoming album Field Mouse, and is scheduled for release on August 16 via Topshelf Records. The band recently shared its lead single, “Heart of Gold” (which is not a Neil Young cover). Despite a dim perspective of the future, the track bursts with an upbeat, optimistic outlook. Field Mouse is set to open for Portland, Oregon's Summer Cannibals on Thursday, August 15 at Boot & Saddle. (Photo by Katie Krulock)

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Field Mouse talks about pedals on Delicious Audio

Philly and NYC-based Field Mouse have been known for their dreamy, shoegazey tunes, but while their hook filled songwriting is still on full display on their latest album, "Episodic," the five-piece's sound has evolved in a punchier direction, which is a bit more barefaced, and less shrouded by layers of fuzz and reverb. Our sister blog Delicious Audio recently spoke to the band about the tonal shift, and what kind of gear goes into the making of their music - check out the link below!

Q&A with Field Mouse about pedals and the creative process.

 





Field Mouse Record Release Show at Boot & Saddle Aug. 4

While the quintet of Field Mouse splits time between Philly and New York, the band celebrates their new album Episodic, officially being released tomorrow via Topshelf Records, with a show this evening at Boot & Saddle. The collection of songs carries a composed yet volatile potential to shift as personal sketches of well-oiled, melodic pop-rock are momentarily provided. Rachel Browne exhibits a smooth, steady vocal tone that flexes when emotively pushed. It’s simultaneously tender and tumultuous. Cynthia Ann Schemmer's (Radiator Hospital) musical vehicle, Swanning, occupies the middle slot of this lineup - decidedly open lyrically whilst incorporating rougher edges to the overall sense of polish. Led by Kyle Gilbride (Swearin'), Missing Earth kicks off the festivities. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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