Born out of Merritt Island, Florida, Look at the Fields came out with their debut cd, “Broken Eros,” in late April of 2009 and released it for free on their website. Because of college, money, member changes, and being several miles apart, Latf didn’t record more music until late December of 2011. The following year they released “Right Angles, Obtuse Perspectives,” also known as “EP Phone Home.”

Latf has a penchant for witty yet thought-provoking puns and lyrics. Even their name exemplifies this; since the abbreviation sounds like “laugh,” it begs a dual meaning to their name. Also, their song titles for “Broken Eros” compose a poem that speaks to the heart of the cd as a whole. In “Right Angles, Obtuse Perspectives,” they continue this tradition through their lyrics and song titles.

But really, no one really knows who they are so tell your friends and spread the word. Please?

Edited by elgato065 on 7 Jul 2012, 23:09

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