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Lexington Field (folk punk) will release new album on East Grand Records

San Diego’s fiddle-centric folk punk act Lexington Field will release their upcoming album, Greenwood, on the East Grand Record Company label.  The album drops on June 23rd.

You can check out the second track, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide Out of Suburbia,” below.

New Music: Lexington Field (American fiddle punk) – “Whiskey”

Brand new music from the gang in Lexington Field tonight. The San Diego-based fiddle rockers are premiering the brand new track “Whiskey.” Check it out below.

Lexington Field recently signed to East Grand Record Company and are busy working on a 2015 full-length. Recording is set to begin January 10th. Stay tuned!

Lexington Field’s last album was 2013′s “No Man’s War,” was released on New Folk and Blind Eye Records. If you’re not familiar with Lexington Field, check out “No Man’s War”here.

Lexington Field (San Diego fiddle punk) sign to East Grand Records, plan 2015 full-length

San Diego-based self-described “American Fiddle Rock” band Lexington Field have just been announced as the newest addition to the rapidly expanding East Grand Record Company roster. The sextet are hard at work on what will be their fourth full-length studio album, which is slated for a “sometime in 2015” release. Stay tuned!

Lexington Field’s last album was 2013’s “No Man’s War,” was released on New Folk and Blind Eye Records. If you’re not familiar with Lexington Field, check out “No Man’s War” here.

Lexington Field heading out on first US national tour

San Diego-based fiddle rock band, Lexington Field, has just announced today that they will be heading out on their first national tour, in August. The band will be playing 22 shows across 20 American cities, including debut stops in Chicago, Denver, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Seattle, and San Francisco. Lexington Field will also share the stage with some great Celtic Rock bands such as The Fisticuffs, Screw City Saints, The Langer’s Ball, Hounds of Finn, Wild Colonial Bhoys, Rusty Nail, and many more talented bands across different genres.

Here’s what guitarist/vocalist Beau Gray had to say about the upcoming tour,

We are extremely excited to finally put our American Fiddle Rock experience on the road and give the rest of America a taste of what we have been trying to do here in the Southwest since 2009. It is the next big step for Lexington Field and a great way for us to promote our new EP, Poor Troubled Life, which we released on New Folk Records back in March of this year. Not to mention we get to play with some awesome bands, and see the rest of this beautiful country.

Head here to view a complete list of tour dates and locations.