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Spartan Records To Release “Living Outside” Vinyl

Spartan Records have announced that they are releasing Sense Field’s last full-length album Living Outside on vinyl available April 16th. The album will be available at select independent record stores for Record Store Day and several exclusive variants are available for pre-order now at the Spartan store and Bandcamp. The pressing includes the Ken Andrews (Failure) produced bonus track, “The Horse Is Alive.”

Living Outside was the 2003 follow up to the band’s 2001 breakthrough album Tonight and Forever. Sense Field disbanded shortly after its release, at the culmination of a world tour in support of the album. With the recent passing of Jon Bunch, we are honored to play a small role in helping his voice and legacy live on for years to come.

Track Listing
Running Behind
On Your Own
You Own Me
I Refuse
No Medicine
Feel What You Feel
Take What You Want
A Letter To Elise
The Horse Is Alive (Bonus Track)

You can pre-order the record at http://spartanrecords.limitedrun.com/products/559517-sense-field-living-outside-lp

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The Meltdown 3.6


The Meltdown – The Meltdown 3.6

This week, a tribute to the life and music of Jon Bunch.

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R.I.P. Jon Bunch

In news that just truly damn sucks, former Sense Field, Further Seems Forever, War Generation, and Lucky Scars vocalist Jon Bunch has passed away at the age of 45. In light of this, Monday’s podcast will be full of tracks from all of Jon’s bands. I loved Sense Field and Hide Nothing made me love Further Seems Forever again. Plus, War Generation was amazing. But in light of this terrible news, the song that makes the most sense to play on repeat is Further’s Light Up Ahead.

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