• Second Album Demo Versions Available

    18 mar 2008, 09:31 av CactiShed

    Just to let you know that two demo versions from the yet to be released Playing Fields second album are now available.

    They are titled "Seven" and "Untitled" and can be found at:

    http://www.myspace.com/theplayingfields

    The second LP, provisionally titled "Hungry Ghosts" is due for release in 2008.

    Please drop by and have a listen.

    The Playing Fields
  • The Playing Fields Website Launched

    13 mar 2008, 12:47 av CactiShed

    Just to let you know that The Playing Fields new website is now live:

    http://theplayingfields.info

    Thanks to the lovely people @ Whole Hog Promotions for all their help, PLEASE swing by and have a gander.
  • The Playing Fields... Upcoming New Album

    11 mar 2008, 16:34 av CactiShed

    The Playing Fields are now back from their winter sojourns and raring to get their new EP & album recorded.
    The new album is provisionally titled "Hungry Ghosts"
    & set for release later in the year.
    The Playing Fields
  • Press for The Playing Fields debut LP

    5 mar 2008, 16:36 av CactiShed

    "A record of dark, intense melody driven tunesmithery that oozes atmosphere." (Fused Magazine)

    "Their brilliant debut album is a mesmerizing journey which will have you captivated from start to finish." (L107FM, featured artist of the week)

    "The band's sound is... what might happen if Lou Reed and H. P. Lovecraft met in a pub one dark and gloomy night and decided to form a band. Some of the most hauntingly-poetic lyrics ever to grace a debut - or for that matter, platinum - album." (Music4M)

    "Near perfect gorgeous plainsong harmonies...lush," (Spill)

    "Blew me away, absolutely stunning... one of the best albums of 2006. Should be played up and down on every alternative station around the globe. So much atmosphere, I hardly could believe it... breathtaking; it's so irresistible and catchy (they) must have sold their souls to the devil." (Kontrast FM Radio)

    "Dark, melodic tunesmiths," (The Guardian)

    "Melody-drenched indie pop," (Time Out)