Field Music Sunderland Field Music are from Sunderland in the north-east of England. They make experimental pop music. The band is led by brothers Peter and David Brewis. They have released five 'proper' albums under the name Field Music [Field Music (2005), Tones of Town (2007), Field Music (Measure) (2010), Plumb (2012) and Commontime (2016), all through Memphis Industries] as well as Peter's The Week That Was album, David's two records as School of Language, a compilation of early B-sides, a collection of cover versions and a soundtrack to John Grierson's 1929 documentary, Drifters. The Field Music live band currently features Kev Dosdale, Andrew Lowther and Liz Corney. In October 2016, the band played a short run of shows with an expanded line-up. This included the string quartet of Ed Cross, Jo Montgomery, Chrissie Slater and Ele Leckie, saxophonist Pete Fraser, trumpet player Simon Dennis and percussionist Damo Waters. Other musicians who have played in the group on record or onstage include founding member Andrew Moore, Tom English, Ian Black, Peter Gofton and Mark Simms. Plumb was nominated for the 2012 Mercury Prize.