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Before theykickedofftheir Fieldworks tour inFalmouth at theCornish Bank, I caughtupwithOllie Judge, lead singeranddrummerof leſtfield psychedelicpunkoutfit Squid. Like allof us, Squidhavehada strangeyear.Forced tokickstart their careermid-pandemic, theyhave grown usedtochallenge.But, thatdoesn’tmake thenext few monthsanyeasier.They’renowfacedbytheprospectof catchingupon100sofdates across theworld aswell as completing allof theirnewdates.


Squidburstontothe Britishmusic scene in 2018 with their songThe Dial,andshortlyaſterwards releasedtheir hit singleHouseplants. Since then, they’ve established themselves confidentlyin the excitingnewBritish guitar- bandscene.


In June they’redue inNorwichtoplayStAndrew’s Hall, as partof their Fieldworks tour,andin Julythey’ll be at theNorwichArtsCentre for a sold-out restriction-free live show.


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Hi


Ollie, thanksforagreeing totalktous.Firstofall, howareyou?


Good!We’replayingasociallydistanced tourat themoment,andit’squitea strangefeeling.Weplayedagig last nightandit’salotmorepeoplethanI haveseeninawhile. I thinktherewere onlyabout40, it lookedlikealotmore peoplethantherereallywas. Wasitnicetogetareactiontoallof thosesongsforthefirst time? Yeahtherewasalotofwaistupdancing whichisnice. I thinkweonlyplayedlike threetracks fromthealbum,andthe restwerekindofnewones.Butyeah, peoplewereloving it.Especially Pamphlets,peoplewent crazyfor that. Butnot toocrazy! So, thisgigispartofyourFieldworks tour,what isthethoughtbehindit?Is it justpracticeforyourselves,oris thereabitof theorybehindit? We’rejustplayingall thenewmusic that we’vebeenwritingover thepast few months.Thoughwe’requicklyrealising


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