photo by Mike Machian
by Chevy Anderson
Need bandmates? Consult Craigslist. Omaha's Field Club found some of its members on the classifieds site more than a year ago, and the band has an EP, Bones, to show for their time together.
This past Friday, Sept. 28 at the Slowdown, Field Club celebrated its release for a second time following a Wednesday release show with Good Show Great Show. This time we caught on memory cards happened alongside another new album from All Young Girls Are Machine Guns. Field Club’s next move is completing a full-length album with hopes on taking their act on the road next summer. In the meantime, they hope to make one thing clear: The name Field Club shares no roots with the historic neighborhood around midtown Omaha.
Their song “Bones,” on the other hand, marks its origin in a bar, and here, we captured Field Club's performance at the Slowdown:
Field Club performs "Bones," at the Slowdown on Friday, Sept. 28
Shot by Mike Machian, Bridget McQuillan and Chevy Anderson
Edited by Chevy Anderson
Chevy Anderson is a Hear Nebraska intern. Follow his photos on Instagram @chevyanderson. Reach him at email@example.com.