New Music From The Inbox: Field Study, Kodaline, Wolf People, The Fratellis, & INVASIONS

By Juliette Jagger

Artist:  Field Study “Lost & Found”
Album:
Feverland
There’s an interesting story behind this one. Field Study’s Caleb Stull wrote the song while on a 26-hour train ride across China. “I found myself with a seat ticket while many locals had a cheaper ticket and stood. Some slept standing up. That experience changed my sense of place in the world. ‘Lost and Found’ is about that moment while traveling when our concept of self, and our distinct identity, is eroded and lost.”

Sounds like: Stirring realization. 

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Artist:  Kodaline “All I Want”
Album:
In A Perfect World
This is really great track; one that captures that lonely sadness we sometimes feel when we know all to well what the world is really thinking.

Sounds like: A beautiful bummer.

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Artist:  Wolf People “When The Fire Is Dead In The Grate
Album:
When The Fire Is Dead In The Grate 12”
Britain’s Wolf People are like a jam band that startles the line between 70’s riff rock and 70’s metal, but are far more refined and can appreciate a flourish or two.

Sounds like: Hard to put your finger on this one!

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Artist:  The Fratellis “This Old Ghost Town”
Album:
We Need Medicine
I mean it’s no “Chelsea Dagger,” but it has that good old high-energy snap-crackle and pop we have come to know and love from this band.

Sounds like: A shot of Van Morrison

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Artist:  INVASIONS “Rosy”
Album:
Self-Titled
INVASIONS is the musical epitome of spaghetti westerns, surf rock, and Tarantino flicks.

Sounds like: Oh this band!

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Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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