Exclaim! premieres Field Division’s music video for “Modest Mountains”

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Exclaim! premieres the new music video from Field Division — watch “Modest Mountains” from their Reverie State EP:

Shot during a tour to the West Coast this past November, performance footage is nicely spliced with shots of babbling brooks, sweeping vistas and waves crashing on sandy shores. The wild beauty of the band’s scenic tour route pairs excellently with the track’s flighty vocals and reverberating guitars, mandolins and drums.

The Prelude Press reviews Field Division’s EP ‘Reverie State’

The Prelude Press reviews Field Division‘s debut EP Reverie State, rating it a 4/5:

Field Division’s new EP, Reverie State takes you to another state of mind within the first song, “Faultlines,” and doesn’t let go until it fades out four songs later. The EP itself starts off soft and soothing, but with vocal harmonies and instrumentation that are also eerie and haunting…

Bitch Magazine loves Field Division’s single “Faultlines”

Bitch Magazine includes Field Division‘s lead single “Faultlines,” from their debut EP Reverie State, in its feature of “17 New Songs We Love”!

ALSO:
Stream the Reverie State EP on American Songwriter
Watch “Faultlines” on CMJ
Watch “Hollow Body Weather” on Folk Radio UK
Listen to “Hollow Body Weather” on Wondering Sound
Listen to “Modest Mountains” (featuring Andrew Heringer of Milo Greene) on The 405
Listen to “Of Lives We’ve Never Known” on Blahblahblah Science
Listen to “To Innisfree Land” on Gold Flake Paint
Listen to “Faultlines” on My Old Kentucky Blog
Check out more here

Beats For The Soul reviews Field Division debut EP for Des Moines Is Not Boring

Dave Murphy writes a beautiful review of Field Division’s debut EP Reverie State for Beats For The Soul on Des Moines Is Not Boring.

[Reverie State] is this sweeping, epic artistic triumph that makes full use of not only their talents as musicians, but as artists, as travelers, as experimenters and as dreamers…It’s an honest to god travel epic in song form. They could’ve stuck with just the voice and just the guitar and had something, but what makes this track noteworthy is just how far they’re willing to take it.

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Band Bombshell reviews Field Division show

Band Bombshell reviews Field Division‘s recent show at Vaudeville Mews:

Field Division’s music comes from a place of youthful unrest, of wanderlust, of putting your hometown in the rearview mirror until it looks as small as it feels…Their music comes from the ability to close your eyes while sitting inside on an overcast day and actually feel the sun on your face. Their music, however deeply rooted it may be in the the peaceful tranquility of an Iowa childhood, has its head irretrievably lost up in the clouds of the western skies.