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Field Of Giants

Posted on the 20 April 2017 by Mike Lindley @fruitbatwalton
Image may contain: 4 people, people on stage and people standingIf you like your rock heavy then Oxford-based, masked hard rockers, Field of Giants have the very thing for you, with the release of their second independent album In Arcadia dropping in June.

After a string of local shows to test their new material, Field of Giants are well prepared for the release of their follow-up on the music buying public.




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In Arcadia is ready to hit the ground running and the band; described as, 'the love child of Tool and Incubus', are delighted to be bringing it to you after putting the finishing touches to this musical behemoth.


It's the follow-up to their independently released debut album We Are and In Arcadia promises to build upon Field of Giants’ distinctive sound of self-proclaimed “Dense atmospheric, hard hitting rock!”.





Image may contain: 2 people, people standing and nightThe impressive 56-minute run-time is a testament to the band’s continued exploration into their, now characteristic, cinematic sound; layering heavy guitars, high impact drums, and soaring vocals to create an expansive sonic experience. 

“But don’t take our word for it” says Field Of Giants, encouraging listeners to redefine what they expect from a modern hard rock album.




Field GiantsLast month, along with two new live sessions at Studio Focus Recordings, Field of Giants released their first video for the upcoming album. The official music video for the track White Water was released on the band’s YouTube and Facebook pages, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect in June. 
Ralph's checked out the impressive 10-minute teaser for In Arcadia and if that's a taste of what's to come you're in for a treat. Plus, with videos, live sessions, gigs and even more planned for the coming months, I'm confident Field of Giants can beat the ‘Sophomore Slump’.

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