Author: Celena Fuscellaro
From San Francisco to L.A.
Field Medic is in the beginning stages of his music career taking off. However, his witty energy and distinct sound leaves you to believe that this is not his first rodeo! This folk star has an irresistible confidence that shines through his music and keeps his fans curious for more.
Field Medic started creating his unusual, yet engaging singles in his own bedroom within his own home in the city of San Francisco. He explains, “I recorded it all myself to cassette on a Tascam 4-track in my kitchen/bedroom in San Francisco. I just moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles three days ago,” right before he released his newest single “Flash Tattoos”.
Field Medic is an artist of risk, the unexpected, and a fearless persona. He is known to be the musician that speaks truth where no one has before. “Flash Tattoos” touches on a subject that we have all felt at some point or another, but never have had that motive to express it.
Think back to a time when you either felt out of place or simply different from the rest of the people around you. Think about the feeling you may have experienced during this uncomfortable situation. The feeling of uneasiness and confusion as to why you can’t seem to fit in anywhere or with anyone because of your differences. This is exactly what Field Medic expresses in “Flash Tattoos”. The talented treasure describes this new release stating, “The song is about feeling like an alien in this world, but ultimately realizing that what makes you different is what makes you powerful”.
“Flash Tattoos” is quickly becoming a favorite among fans with its inspiring message. Field medic assures his listeners that there is no reason to be ashamed or uncomfortable with the things that make you different. He explains that these differences make you unique as an individual and, ultimately, are the things that make you stand out from others.
Don’t miss out on this uplifting experience with Field Medic on SoundCloud! Stay tuned for his upcoming EP currently in the works!