Fields and Planes – Cry Wolf: Unpredictably Raw Indie Pop

Fields and Planes released their latest single “Cry Wolf” on October 18th and gave us one more reason to fall in love with their experimentally unpredictable approach to Indie Pop.

The progressive nature of the track allows you to think that you’re in store an archetypally sweet female-fronted Indie track. Yet the momentum which builds through the single adds an irresistible dynamic to Fields and Planes style.

The Ohio-based act has you hooked in the jangly guitar progressions in the prelude and first verses. Then the bass-heavy licks lead you up to a subtly cataclysmic breakdown which features a wall of screeching guitars and the complete loss of restraint from the stunningly talented vocalist Fran Litterski. Any fans of Metric, the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s will definitely want Cry Wolf as a feature on their playlists.

To check out the single for yourselves head on over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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