“More please. We’re listening.BBC Radio 1

We’re sure we’ll be hearing a lot more.BBC 6 Music

“Perfect without being too box-ticking… going to be massive.” The Guardian

Field Stars (formally known as INK) is the brainchild of Colin MacIntyre – the award-winning singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, author and producer. To date MacIntyre has released 7 albums internationally, most notably under the moniker Mull Historical Society, achieving two UK Top 20 chart albums and four Top 40 singles, and tours with The Strokes, REM and Elbow.

Field Stars sees MacIntyre collaborate with singers, musicians and visual artists, as well as Grammy-winning producer and engineer, Dom Morley (Amy Winehouse’s “Back To Black”). As INK, the project arrived as if fully formed and first wowed the blogs on both sides of the Atlantic in 2013, teasing with a combination of style, intrigue and exciting music and visuals.

The intervening period has seen MacIntyre sign to BMG Music Publishing and develop the debut Field Stars album. He’s also published his debut novel The Letters of Ivor Punch, winner of the 2015 Edinburgh International Book Festival First Book Award, as well as recording and releasing his latest Mull Historical Society album, 2016’s acclaimed Dear Satellite’.

The stars are aligning.