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Field Division

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Tamara Simons
simons@bighassle.com

Biography

Field Division is Evelyn Taylor and Nicholas Frampton. The Denton, TX, duo cast a spell of futuristic 60s/70s folk rock and psychedelic pop, delivering a timeless collection of songs with their debut LP, Dark Matter Dreams, and debut EP, Reverie State, that will make you think you’re back in hazy, Laurel Canyon. Taylor’s ethereal vocals are complimented by Frampton’s tight harmonies and superb guitar playing, with each taking the lead on a song à la Buckingham Nicks, their chemistry weaving a path through the music and on stage.

The recordings and live full band (featuring members of Midlake) create a dreamscape that showcases the depths of Taylor and Frampton as more than just singer-songwriters. With the power to transport the listener to another often otherworldly place and time, their songs explore themes of transcendence and peace, depression, and darkness.

Over the years, Field Division has toured all over the States, the UK and EU, and have appeared at festivals such as SXSW, CMJ, 80/35, Hinterland, Mission Creek, Oaktopia, GDP, Indiestad & Reeperbahn. Notable acts they’ve opened for include: Spoon, Delta Rae, Chris Stills, Horse Feathers, Josh Rouse, Erika Wennerstrom, Holly Macve, Israel Nash, and Widowspeak.

Field Division began releasing new singles in early 2020: “Black Velvet Skies,” a song offering peace in the midst of relentless modern disillusionment, a George Harrison cover of “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth), and now, “Star Where Are You.” With album number two on the horizon, the duo are planning a self release, optimistic that their well-crafted, atmospheric songs will hold up beauty and healing to this chaotic universe.

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