Bleeding Gold Records continue to churn out some top records this time they have released A Field, the latest album from Shropshire’s Furrow. A Field is a really experimental and manages to merge shoe gaze and lo-fi garage rock to an extremely good effect.
The shoegaze feel can really be heard on opener Home while Concrete Floor features guitars that instantly put a smile on your face. Rites of Spring harks back to the new age era and really emphasise the brilliant lo-fi charm that this record has. After a more sedate opening half to the album A Field begins to take more of a punk rock sound and in Sense of Aim and Stumble Furrow have a couple of fantastic edgy tracks. The record ends on the superb Great Outdoors, a culmination of all that has gone before it and it ensures a great record has a brilliant, riotous conclusion.
You can get the record here.