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Kerryn Fields - Rascal (2015)

13-02-2016, 21:27
Country | Folk

Title: Rascal
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Produced
Genre: Country/Folk
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 38:29
Total Size: 101 MB

1. Wear Your Jacket (3:00)
2. Trains & Whistles (5:39)
3. Lovely (3:50)
4. Lips So Sweet (2:32)
5. Broken Down Heart (2:58)
6. Just Because (4:07)
7. The Letter (3:57)
8. Should I See You Again (6:04)
9. Smoke Up The River (3:21)
10. Nowhere Faster (2:57)

A few years ago Kerryn Fields met Paul Kelly when he was walking home from rehearsal swinging his guitar back and forth. It was Sunday afternoon and they got to talking (Fields quietly going a tad bananas). It was his song, co-written with Kev Carmody ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ that convinced her to move out of a dodgy haunted house in New Zealand, sell her kombi van and buy a one-way ticket to Melbourne.

The rest is history.

Now an established part of the thriving Melbourne music scene, Fields has shared her songs at over 300 gigs since landing in her new home. She’s proudly setting out on tour across both homelands of Australia and New Zealand with new album Rascal, set for release in September 2015. Joining her is her band The Dudettes, who nicely accentuate Fields’ punchy lyrics and razor sharp wit.

Rascal was recorded over two years in bungalows, bedrooms and studios in Melbourne, delving into the bold process of leaving your life behind for the unknown and finding your direction. Fields’ huge personality and striking voice meld perfectly with her alt-country and roots stylings. Laced with rockabilly and soul, the album’s first single Just Because was launched at Daylesford’s ChillOut Festival to a sold-out room with a raucously appreciative crowd.

Seeing the single go out into the world after more than two years of planning, performing and passion was a big moment for Fields. The power of music as an escape is something Fields understands intimately, who lives the lifestyle of a performer not just physically, but emotionally as well.

A performance from Kerryn Fields will expose those nerves that need airing, as she takes on the heavy lifting of diving into pain, exploring the parts of us that hurt the most. She says “Song writing is my favourite form of expression because it can transform a story into something else, it gives it a personality – a place to fit, a reason to tell it again and again”.

Collaborating with Fields on the album were Ben Franz (The Waifs), Cat Leahy (Sal Kimber & The Rolling Wheel, This Way North) and a host of local talent that embody Fields’ love of country and roots.

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