The Iowa-based duo have a knack for creating incredible soundscapes through their heady melodies that encapsulate a dreamlike experience that seems to be fuelled by endless adventure.

"Farthest Moon" is another track that builds gently, where the layers of richness only add to the expansiveness of the production. The track drives on relentlessly, before it suddently bursts into a euphoric surge of powerful, guitar-led energy, making for a truly awe-inspiring listen.

Vocalist Evelyn Taylor has explained how the track ultimately has something of a magical, cathartic quality for her, saying "‘Farthest Moon’ was written for the sake of healing. The words depict the imagery that painted my mind and the sorrow I felt the need to move on from. I saw myself driving the country roads of Iowa, free to roam under the sunshine, and blasting Fleetwood Mac or George Harrison. I saw the moon illuminating my path through the darkness, reflecting a constant light."

The track is taken from Field Division's upcoming album, which is due to be released on 22 June via Bella Union and is available to pre-order now.

Field Division will be also be embarking on a UK/European tour later this year, including a special Best Fit show at The Lexington in London. You can view the full list of dates here.

Get tickets for the band's show at The Lexington on 28 September here. Tickets are £6 each and on sale now.