Brooklyn’s Field Mouse play shimmery shoegaze that’s both graceful and completely addictive. Since their 2010 debut, You Are Here, the band — consisting of singer/guitarist Rachel Browne, guitarist Andrew Frutal, drummer Geoff Lewit and, more recently, new bassist Danielle DePalma — has further refined their pop sensibilities. Featuring lush, pretty arrangements and Browne’s delicate vocals, the songs bloom into dreamy soundscapes and flow smoothly from start to finish.
Field Mouse will release a 7″ February 28 on Small Plate Records.
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Official website: http://fieldmousemusic.com
Upcoming tour dates:
2/4 @ Lulu’s in Brooklyn, NY
2/16 @ Spike Hill in Brooklyn, NY
2/22 @ Union Hall in Brooklyn, NY
3/27 @ The Rock Shop in Brooklyn, NY
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