Hear a blissfully dreamy new song from Film School, “All I’ll Ever Be”

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On August 25, California shoegazers Film School will release their new album Field via felte. The band have already shared a handful of songs from the album, including leadoff track “Tape Rewind.” And today, they’ve released another new single, the closing track, “All I’ll Ever Be.” It’s a blissfully hazy track awash in effects and daydream melodies, reminiscent of bands such as Lush and Cocteau Twins in their early ’90s stride. Check out the new track in via its official visualizer below.

The title of Field is inspired by a line in Rumi’s poem, “The Great Wagon”: “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” “This is a poem I’ve returned to over the years,  and I love the idea of this place, but getting there is life’s journey,” said vocalist Greg Bertens in a statement. “I think the longing for and elusiveness of this field is a recurring theme in our music.”

Field Music have also announced fall tour dates supporting the release of Field. Check out those dates in the flyer below.

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