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You Tell Me - You Tell Me


CD: £10.99

Label: Memphis Industries

Release date: 11.01.2019

LP: £17.99

Label: Memphis Industries

Release date: 11.01.2019

LP: £18.99

Label: Memphis Industries

Release date: 11.01.2019

Format Info: COLOURED VINYL

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You Tell Me are Field Music’s Peter Brewis and Admiral Fallow member Sarah Hayes. As one half of Field Music, Peter Brewis has been honing the craft of pop songwriting for almost fifteen years, whilst Sarah Hayes has been exploring contemporary folk in her solo work and the world of indie-pop via her band Admiral Fallow. Their debut self-titled album, the last to be recorded at the old Field Music recording HQ, is released on Memphis Industries. After meeting at a Kate Bush celebration concert, the pair clicked. By blending their distinct compositional talents they’ve created a record that possesses their own clear styles but also a new voice too. With both of them writing songs and lyrics, Peter describes it as “a sort of dual-personal record.” Sonically, the result is a subtly crafted album with a rich and intricate sense of composition, in which strings glide above multi-layered keyboards and percussion and vocal melodies wrap around one another in snug unison. In many senses it feels like a classic songwriter record - rich in craft, songs, arrangements and vocal interplay - yet it manages to feel stylistically contemporary and void of nostalgia. Lyrically, Peter says, “most of the songs seemed to either be about conversations, be conversational or about talking or not talking.” Whilst the subject matter can occasionally be personal and explores troubled or conflicted conversations around inner turmoil, there’s also a stirring sense of beauty that comes from the record; a feeling of pastures new and moving onto new things rather than being held back by the past. What makes this an even more remarkable musical statement and achievement is that two first-time collaborators were able to channel so much of themselves into a project and create something coherent and poised.

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