Brooklyn-based indie rockers Field Theory are kinda like post-New Wave, indie poppish, College rockers. Through a somewhat nasal vocal delivery, George Lakis wails about socially relevant things and problems with relationships–you know, the usual stuff of indie rock–and talks about getting older. Which is kind of a good way to think of Field Theory–they sound like a group of guys who are too old and experienced to play something frivolous, but not so old that they are ready to stop being rockers.  On repeated listenings, this EP continued to capture my earspace–and that takes a lot these days, what with being inundated with submissions.  So give ’em a try–I think you’ll dig it!

Cop it off of Amazon here.

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