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Nite Fields: Depersonalisation

4.2.15




 
Nite Fields is a four-piece post-punk band from Brisbane, Australia, citing as their influence “Michael Hutchence on a rope.”
 
Sounding a lot like they’ve escaped from the 4AD roster of the early to mid-eighties, their debut full-length album Depersonalisation is produced by HTRK’s Nigel Lee-Yang and it is out via Felte.




Moody and dark for its entirety, Depersonalisation is easy to compare to many bands of the past, all of which are going to be English, from the obvious, The Cure and Joy Division, to whatever else one might recognize in there, depending on how they like their darkness, Felt, The Monochrome Set, The Durutti Column, The Pale Fountains or even their Sydney homies, The Go-Betweens and The Church. Atmospheric and dreamy for its whole 35 minutes, the record’s link to HTRK is evident and it’s safe to say that it would appeal to fans of any good “gothic” music of the last couple of years (Trust, Tropic Of Cancer, The Soft Moon, The KVB).



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