A unique UK indie music group, Fiel Garvie was shaped when Adam Green (acoustic guitar, development) and Anne Reekie (vocals) remaining their previous Norwich, East Anglia, Britain group, Passing Clouds. These were became a member of in Fiel Garvie by Greg McDermott and Jude Bugden. The debut solitary for their personal Foundling label, 1996’s ‘Cup Experienced Warrior’, brought rave evaluations, as do the follow-ups ‘For What I Like’ (1997) and ‘Color You’ (1998). Fusing affects as diverse as Kurt Weill, Eric Satie, Philip Cup, Tricky as well as the Tindersticks, Reekie’s distinctive tone of voice and researched intellectualism lent the music group an advantage wholly from maintaining the retro-themed indie music from the mid- to- past due 90s. Their debut ¡Vuka Vuka!, documented at an all-valve studio room in Norfolk, was finally released within the Noisebox label in early 2001. Despite great reviews the recording was not broadly heard as well as the music group vanished for two years. They came back by the end of 2003 with a fresh member Emma Corlett and a fresh solitary, ‘I Didn’t State’. Their second recording Keep Me Out OF THE was released the next summer.