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Why see The Magnetic Fields?

Look Who's Back!

Ostensibly created as one of multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Stephin Merritt's side projects for his laconic wit and verve, The Magnetic Fields have proven their strength from their 1991 debut '100,000 Fireflies' to the vast '69 Love Songs'. 2024 sees a new venture, where they'll be exploring songs from the past three decades with fan favorites and hidden gems.

Now a five-piece, The Magnetic Fields have been recording since 1989. House of Tomorrow was the band's third EP, cementing them as one of the most interesting experimental pop bands of their generation. Don't miss these new dates, a treat for fans old and new.

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Finished Apr 24


Customer reviews

1 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)


Chill but deep and funny

Great show, not a high energy performance but what was lacking in ear-grating noise was made up for in high quality lyricism, composition and variations. Like, the guy next to me yelled at me for saying "we should go" to my wife during the last track. It was great though, really. Loved all the songs but didn't hear Book of Love, our fav by this band ... Read more


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