Object Of Affection (members of Fury, Death Bells, Lock) Share New Single and Video – “Half Life”


Los Angeles band Object of Affection, featuring members of Fury, Death Bells, and Lock has signed to Profound Lore to release their debut full-length Field Of Appearances on March 3rd, 2023. The album was produced by Alex Newport (Bloc Party, At The Drive-In) and engineered by Phillip Odom. After a series of singles and an EP during the pandemic era, this band and their music are ready for a bigger stage, having already performed with vaunted peers such as Ceremony, Fiddlehead, Special Interest, Gulch, and more. Pre-orders are live now for the new album and you can check out the new single and music video, the track “Half-Life” directed by Miwah Leew!




With the inclusion of drum machines, synthesizers, acoustic guitars, and auxiliary percussion, Field of Appearances highlights the band’s sophisticated evolution and experimentation. The debut’s ten songs explode in character, contrast, and excitement.

Exploring themes of reflection, insufficiency, and Déjà vu as well as additional contributions from Bre Morell (Temple of Angels, Crushed) and Brittney Beppu, each track on Field of Appearances simultaneously plays a role in making it a more significant sum than its parts while also standing out individually. The album was meticulously crafted with Grammy-nominated producer Alex Newport (Bloc Party, At The Drive-In) and emerging engineer Phillip Odom and is an exceedingly memorable, precisely cohesive, and refreshing addition to the alternative music landscape.

Object of Affection’s Field of Appearances sees its release March 3 via Profound Lore; Pre-order / Pre-save the album here.



(L-R) Object of Affection is: Madison Woodward – Guitar (Fury, Lock), Remy Veselis – Guitar (Death Bells), Colin Knight – Vocals, Garrett La Bonte – Bass (La Bonte), Nick Nadel – Drums

Field Of Appearances – Track Listing:


  1. Half Life
  2. Run Back
  3. Time
  4. Laying Claim
  5. Buried
  6. Someone
  7. Is This Fate
  8. Con-Man
  9. Empty Eyes
  10. Why Now


Object of Affection – Live Dates:


Jan 28: Los Angeles, CA – The Echo


Jan 29: San Diego, CA – The Whistle Shop


w/ Dazy and Alien Boy


Object of Affection on Instagram