Ruby Fields is an Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist. In 2018, she released her debut EP Your Dad's Opinion for Dinner, followed by the popular singles “I Want”, “P Plates”, and "Ritalin". Her single "Dinosaurs" was number 9 in the 2018 Triple J Hottest 100.
In 2019, she released her sophomore EP Permanent Hermit, which contained the singles "Dinosaurs", "Climate", and "Trouble".
Fields' hometown is Cronulla in southern Sydney. She began songwriting when she was 11 and busking when she was 13. Fields spent several years learning how to build guitars and repair music equipment from her friend’s Father. She grew up listening to bands such as AC/DC, Fleetwood Mac, and Guns N Roses.
2016–2018: Early years and Your Dad's Opinion for Dinner:
Since 2016, Fields has been performing live with supporting band members; Adam Newling on lead guitar, Tas Wilson on bass guitar, and Patrick Rogers on drums.
In 2017, Fields uploaded her debut single "I Want" to the Triple J Unearthed website, which was played on nationwide radio station Triple J on the same day. The track, along with her follow-up single "P Plates", reached the top 200 in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2017. Fields performed at The Plot 2017 and South by Southwest 2018. She also supported Ball Park Music and San Cisco on tour in 2018, and will perform at St Jerome's Laneway Festival in 2019.
2019: Permanent Hermit
On 27 January 2019, her song "Dinosaurs" reached number 9 in Triple J Hottest 100, 2018. In March 2019, Fields released "Climate" and announced the release of her second studio EP Permanent Hermit, which was released on the 3rd of May.