Field Music – Rotown, April 24th 2010

Field Music – Rotown, April 24th 2010

After another warm day in early Dutch spring it was time for a night of good music in Rotterdam. This time it were four guys from Sunderland, UK, to take care of a good atmosphere in Rotown.

Field Music

Field Music

After a while the singer of Field Music confessed that he had troubles with his voice and that was why they changed places several times so that he didn’t have to sing too much. It was good to see that every band member added something vocal to the set.

Field Music Set List

Field Music Set List

The vibe of the music was very relaxed. Sometimes it was as if the gentlemen weren’t to pleased themselves with their performance, probably because they weren’t playing like they usually do so they could not rely on the autopilot. Overall it was a good concert, the crowd wasn’t over excited but that wouldn’t fit with the sort of music that was performed. Just a nice vibe and enjoying the sometimes perfect pieces of music.

Field Music

Field Music

Field Music

Field Music

The 14th of May Field Music will brighten up the Walk The Line Festival in The Hague (Netherlands). They’ll play on the 26th of May Concorde 2 in Brighton and the Dot to Dot festival and Evolution Festival in Newcastle later this year. For more information on Field Music, head over to Field Music’ website.

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