Kerryn Fields has announced her third single ‘Queenie’ from forthcoming album 'Water' which the widely adored storyteller has kept stripped back with just a guitar and her voice.
The film clip is a visual diary of ‘Fields at home in New Zealand and shares a poetic current with writing from Barry Brailsford, author of 'Wisdom of the Four Winds', archaeologist and historian in the realms of ancient sacred knowledge and history. Illustrations in the book were created by Cecilie Odaka
Award winning singer songwriter Kerryn Fields has announced her second album ‘Water’ with the release of new single ‘Atlantis’.
The opening track to the album ‘Atlantis’ opens with ‘Fields expansive vocals, inspired by Neil Young’s ‘Pocahontas’ - ‘I’d die, for the way you love that song’
"Her emotional delivery has it soaring and landing somewhere deep in visceral territory” – Radio 13 NZ
Winner of MLT Songwriting award for ‘Mamma’, NZ Country Music Awards 2019.
'Mamma' is the first single off Kerryn Fields forthcoming album 'Water'
Kerryn Fields sold her Kombi Van for a ticket to Melbourne, creating her debut album ‘Rascal’ in bungalows, bedrooms and backyards.
Kerryn’s songs are enormous in presence, deeply emotional and sometimes very funny.
Rascal is about leaving your life behind to find direction, a record of unrequited love, life lessons and a healthy dose of 'Fields irreverent humour.