Southfields don’t make songs in the conventional sense, not here on Stories anyway. Instead, the music seems to be about capturing and reflecting the delicacy and natural charm of the natural world and echoing it through sound and instrumentation.

Less conventional songs and more about the creation of pastoral poems made of music that not only seek to calm and relax the listener but act as an aid to mental health and an overall natural healing therapy.

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