RIYL: 2nd wave emo
Label: Spartan Records
Out of the vast wave of post-hardcore bands that settled into the indie emo landscape in the early to mid 90s, there were only a few success stories. Â Sunny Day Real Estate triumphed with their massive-sounding In Circles, Jimmy Eat World were mainstays on MTV2 and Sense Field, after a decade of touring and building their fanbase, had a glimpse of stardom on their 2001 single Save Yourself. Â Sense Field’s ability to dance between dissonance and melody launched them into the frontline of the emo’s most mainstream years, but the band decided to disband and move onto other adventures in 2004.
Tragically, Jon Bunch, lead singer of Sense Field as well as Further Seems Forever’s 3rd lineup, wasÂ found dead in January of this year. Â Living Outside was their final album and has never been released on vinyl until now.
There wereÂ 4 different vinyl colorway options for this one, but the orange, mustard and mint stripe variant has sold out. Â Pictured above is the blue with silver and black splatter, limited to just 150 copies. Â Those will certainly be the nextÂ to sell out, so grab one while you can. Â If you’re going to be out and about on Record Store Day, look for the exclusive colorway in your local store on electric blue vinyl. Â Choose wisely, andÂ RIP Jon Bunch!
First pressing limited to 1000 copies:
â€˘ Electric Blue (500)*
â€˘ White / Electric Blue / Silver Striped (250)
â€˘ White in Electric Blue (Color In Color) with Silver and Black Splatter (150)
â€˘ Orange / Mustard / Mint Striped (100) - SOLD OUT
* Record Store Day 2016 Exclusive
Full color jacket printed on uncoated stock with black dust jackets and a 24" x 12" folded insert. Manufactured under exclusive license from Nettwerk Productions Ltd.
This is a pre-order. All pre-orders will ship the week of April 16th.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive