Thursday, July 9, 2015

"She's My Hero" from Crayon Fields

Melbourne jangle pop band Crayon Fields was formed 13 years ago by four high school students (somehow I missed "forming beloved guitar pop band" on career day -- there must have been a talent filter).  Respected and beloved, they released albums on hometown label Chapter Music.  Their last album was issued in 2009, which after this passage of time usually that means the members have gone their separate ways.  But we are in luck this time -- Geoff O'Connor, Brett Hudson, Chris Hung, and Neil Erenstrom have crafted another album, titled No One Deserves You.  Chapter Music advises that you will have to wait until September 25 to get your hands on it, but they aren't completely heartless as faceless corporate titans go, and they have made the first single available for your ears.  "She's My Hero" is a lovely song, and a very assured return to the recording studio from the quartet.

Chapter Music

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