Jim Williams’ score to the Ben Wheatley film, ‘A
Field In England’.
Ben Wheatley’s black-and-white chamber horror,
set amidst the strange margins of the English Civil
War, is a puzzling, inexplicable nightmare, made all
the more disturbing by Williams’ spare, brooding
score of early music textures that gradually morph
into electro-psychedelic overload, aided by Martin
Pavey’s sound design and, in one terrifying
sequence, the use of Blanck Mass’s ‘Chernobyl’.
Previously released on Rook Films as a 400 copy
limited run, the prices on the black market have
risen to over £250 per copy.
This new Invada release uses the same artwork
and packaging as the Rook Films edition and also
includes a digital download card.
Frosted clear double vinyl housed in a deluxe
gatefold sleeve printed on reverse board.