NZ singer/songwriter Kerryn Fields has announced her second album Water with the release of new single "Atlantis".
The opening track to the album "Atlantis" opens with Fields expansive vocals, inspired by Neil Young’s "Pocahontas" - ‘I’d die, for the way you love that song’
"Her emotional delivery has it soaring and landing somewhere deep in visceral territory” – Radio13 NZ ( That's us !!)
Fields’ performances on Water were recorded live with Ben Franz (upright bass, pedal steel guitar) and Joshua Barber (percussion, drums) with Fraser Montgomery who produced the record with Fields.
“We moved into a house we’d never seen before and it was exactly right for this record, even the full moon nodding through the window was like something out of a dream.”
Fields’ trademark warmth of character - evident in both life and music - fuels a creative offering that’s equal parts captivating, refined and heartrendingly insightful.
Newstead Live Music Festival’s Troubadour Artist of the Year (2019), winner of the MLT Songwriting Award (NZ Country Music Awards 2019) and New Zealand’s Best New Broadcaster (at age 19), Kerryn Fields has released a range of celebrated records including debut LP, Rascal (2015) and award-winning, critically acclaimed single, "Mamma" (2019).
The album Water is out 3rd March 2021 and will be available for pre-order on Bandcamp from December 3rd.