Published Oct 11, 2013Songwriter Caleb Stull spent years fronting the Vancouver-based pop outfit Parlour Steps before the band's inevitable breakup in 2010. But after years travelling abroad and living in Berlin, Stull has finally returned to the world of music, moving back home to Toronto and recording under the name Field Study. It took more than two years for him to complete his debut album, Feverland, but now you can enjoy all his hard work by streaming the LP in full ahead of its October 15 release through Nine Mile Records.
Recorded with the help of members from Mother Mother, Tegan and Sara, and Dan Mangan's backing band, the album contains a heavy English influence, recalling In Rainbows-era Radiohead ("Sparks"), Man Who Travis ("Lost and Found"), and the ramshackle jangle of early James Mercer ("Stuff You Break").
Check out the album in the player below, and head here for all Field Study's upcoming tour dates.
UPDATE: This stream was available for one week only and is no longer available.