The Field Effect

tfe-bma-winners3Doug Orey – Vocals/Guitar
Nick Greico – Guitar
Annie Hoffman – Bass
Adam J Hand – Drums


A&R/ Booking Contact: Brian Charles:

With a shared respect for well-crafted songs, The Field Effect packs a collective punch; spiked with introspective lyrics, infectious melodies, and ferocious rhythms. An antidote to the seemingly endless movement of aloof, lo-fi indie music, The Field Effect reclaims the genre with their passion for lyrical honesty, musical ability, and a fearless plight to make music for “the many” and not just “the few.” Since forming in 2011, The Field Effect has received rave reviews, for both their energetic live show and for their debut studio release.

“. . . there’s something about the Field Effect that just feels like movement. Impassioned guitar-rock that’s more sophisticated than the power-chord party-bro sounds coming out of the far corners of North America, it’s mature without being grounded, excitable without overextending itself. It’s just smart, driven rock and roll that creeps under your face and lets you see the world from their musical cockpit.” – Michael Marotta. The Phoenix

“They’re young, they’re exciting, they’re incredibly talented; and in a city spilling over with amazing bands, they’ve got the potential to lead a new wave of Boston rock…their sound is massive but never overbearing, and they play it with boundless energy, delivering each note with a sense of pure joy.” – Richard Bouchard via The Phoenix

“There was great momentum to their performance… and seemed to win the audience over in a big way” – Allston Pudding

“The album had a pull that kept me humming the hooks all day long… the album is fun, energetic, and heartfelt…” – The Deli Mag

“…energetic, anthem pop masters The Field Effect, who deliver a polished and frenzied rock; a gigantic sound that seems to come from nowhere and devastate everything in its path.” – Boston Band Crush

Festivals Played:
SXSW 2013, 2014
CMJ 2012
IPO 2011

Opened for National Acts:
The Promise Ring
Howie Day
Red Wanting Blue
The Sheila Divine
Hurricane Bells
Bad Veins
Tim Kasher