In a world where everything seems to be accelerating faster and faster, Fields of Naecluda (literally Fields of the Cloud Tree) provides a welcome moment of reflection and contemplation.
Hailing from Grenoble, the capital of the French Alps, and drawing upon inspiration from pop, rock, and atmospheric metal, Fields of Naecluda invite you on a journey into the uncharted, where ambient, harmonic soundscapes give way to saturated guitars and emotional vocals.

Two years after releasing their debut album to widespread critical praise, the group returned to the studio at the end of 2021 to start working on their second album, with Chris Edrich (Leprous, The Ocean, Klone) taking charge of production.

  • Michel Teyssier composition/bass/vocals
  • Etienne Doucet guitar/backing vocals
  • Ilyes Cheballah drums

UBUNTU (2024)

"I am because we are"

Constructed etymologically like the French word "humanité", Ubuntu can also, by extension, mean "a human being is all human beings". Despite our differences, we all live with our own demons, our own thoughts, love, death and fear of the unknown. Produced by Chris Edrich and Pierrick Noel (Kadinja, Leprous, Klone, ...), the album's production highlights a sophisticated composition where nuances have the upper hand. Moments of calm give way to powerful guitars and the lyrical flights of an emotional voice. This album is a journey through the feeling of belonging to something greater than ourselves, and the notion of interdependence that binds us all together, making us Humanity.

Half Live

Recorded live on sept 22/2020 @ la salle noire (Grenoble)

  1. Intro
  2. Make you blind
  3. Id
  4. Elysium
  5. Only ashes remain
  6. I see you

"It's an excellent start, promising and very well produced, absolutely worth your time."

"...a remarkable debut for a French production."
Antonis Kalamoutsos -

"This is a nice example of a multi-color album that shows the real potential of Fields of Næcluda, which today offers us a very beautiful opus."
Philippe Thirionet - Music in Belgium

"An album that makes pop music in a very obvious way, by pushing the standard limits of the song format."
Alberto Vitale -

"if you like Post Rock and Progressive Rock with an alternative flavour, you should listen to the work of FIELDS OF NÆCLUDA, who has signed a frankly good first album. From time to time, the underground offers us some beginnings as ambitious and neat as this "Fields of Næcluda."
NOIZZ webzine

"A beautiful album that this Fields of Naecluda, good emotions, a beautiful harmonic and melodic journey..."
IvanJack25 - Pavillon 666 webzine

"The album is very pleasant and convinces by its general atmosphere. Hats off!"
Ingo Schmitz -

"Fields Of Næcluda shows with this album that they can write beautiful pop songs that can produce a following in the indie rock scene."
Maurice Van Der Zalm -

"All in all, an album that needs to be listened to more than once. to remove all the substantial marrow."
Tibere - Prog Censor

"In conclusion, Fields of Næcluda is a great discovery and a first album which is more than worth the detour. There's smart, well-executed creativity. A well-channelled energy and a mastery that evokes long moments of hard work. Go ahead, you won't be disappointed."
Jipe Yoda - Prog Critique

"a beautiful object of dreamlike music with an enchanting poetic side and delicate melodies that should find a buyer in those who wishes to hear something other than trivialized."
Boomerang O2 radio

"Fields of Næcluda has some strong arguments up its sleeve and could be a new star in the sky of progressive rock."
Carsten Agthe -