After a period of silence following the release and touring of their acclaimed second album, Hidden, These New Puritans make their highly anticipated return with Field of Reeds, their first record for Infectious Music.

It marks a sonic deviation for the band by delving into emotive orchestral experimentalism and represents another uncompromising shift from a band without peer.  It’s a dark, honest and experimental orchestral work that reflects the band’s love of Bach, Britten and Stephen Sondheim.

Arranged with conductor André de Ridder, Field of Reeds also features basso profundo Adrian Peacock, renowned British jazz trumpeter Henry Lowther, Dutch contemporary composer Michel... Read »