This was my third Field Day and each one's been good enough to make me always want to go back, but the first one was the best. Not in some nostalgic way of the first time always being the best or some other rose tinted view, but because it didn’t rain. Field Day in the sun, from what I can remember, is a joy but in the rain it’s far too easy to remember you’re stuck in Victoria park with some overly pretentious people. The amount of Nathan Barley Hoxton types and geek-chic 70s Librarian or 70s Cambridge graduate types seems to increase in the rain, though I’m pretty sure that’s just my bitterness at being cold and wet and obviously at not being as cool as those folk. Thankfully, though, the music always makes up for any weather-related moodiness, with a diverse, eclectic line up that offers a little something for anyone into left-field indie.