Sense Field was one of the more underrated pioneers of the early emo rock movement. Despite going through major-label turbulence and never finding their true breakthrough hit (minus the blip on the radar screen that was "Save Yourself"), the band has remained a vital example of what emotionally-charged rock music has contributed to our modern scene. Whether this is your first official introduction to Sense Field or you were a fan back when they were making music, we'd love to hear your thoughts and reflections. Respect your elders: check the replies.
love this band. i was actually listening to living outside yesterday. tonight & forever is my favorite album of theirs, although i also really like building and their earlier albums...also love the album jon did with FSF. thanks for featuring them, i feel like they never truly got the recognition and love they deserved.
I'm a huge fan of Revelation Records' lineup in the '90s-- Sense Field, along with Texas Is the Reason, Quicksand, CIV, etc. Killed for Less was a landmark of that era, at least in my mind. Nice to seem them remembered.
Man, what an amazing band. I love everything Jon Bunch ever did (including his work in FSF, which no one ever seemed to appreciate). Living Outside is a classic, but their whole discography is fantastic. I wish they'd jump on this "reunion" bandwagon.