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Field Division is a Des Moines based folkwave duo whose songs explore the line where dreams and reality blur, where sound waves and stories intertwine. The rich and hauntingly beautiful music created by Evelyn Taylor and Nicholas Frampton, is a blend of classic songwriting (think 60s/70s folk rock vibes) and modern dream pop.

TRU LUV (UK) accounts, “Their blissful music runs high on soulful harmonies and rapturous textures, occupying the gulf between the likes of Feist, Bon Iver, Other Lives and Rumours era Fleetwood Mac.”

With Evelyn’s lush, ethereal vocals and Nicholas’ polished harmonies, Field Division is sure to lure listeners with their debut EP, “Reverie State.” The duo’s poignant and grand soundscapes transport audiences to the lands and experiences they sing of. From the wanderlust inducing lead single, “Faultlines,” with tribal drums and brooding guitars, to the cinematic and heart-wrenching “Hollow Body Weather,” the duo weaves ambient dream-pop and folk rock into a tapestry of story and enchantment.

For their debut EP “Reverie State,” (released 10.28.14), Field Division teamed up with producers Konrad Snyder (Kopecky Family Band, Night Beds) and Benjamin Kaufman (Night Beds).

They are currently in the studio working on their first full-length record with producers, Brandon Darner (Imagine Dragons) and Luke Pettipoole (Twinsmith). [+]
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