While making a name for himself in bands like Brazos, The Early Tapes and Voxtrot, Paul Price still found time for a solo recording project he dubbed Good Field. Between tours Price wrote and fine-tuned a series of tunes and he soon had enough for an entire album. Those songs eventually became Good Field 2012 self-titled debut and the platter generated universally positive reviews.
Now a full-fledged quartet comprised of Price (vocals/guitar), Esteban Cruz (drums), Michael McCleod (bass) and Kyle Robertson (keyboards), Good Field makes an impressive return with excellent sophomore slab “Future Me.” The Texas-based band shows tremendous growth on the 10-track release and seems on the verge of something truly special.
Price and his bandmates lure the listener right in with the set-opening title track and “Business,” and later score with keepers “Telecommunication,” “Tonight,” “Wait” and “At the Airport.” Keep on eye on Good Field, as this is a young band whose star is definitely on the rise. (Jeffrey Sisk)