Seattle based independent label Spartan Records has announced plans to release influential post-hardcore/emo band Sense Field’s landmark album, Tonight and Forever, on vinyl for the first time ever on December 16th. The limited edition vinyl will be available exclusively at Spartan Records’ website on hot pink (200), hot pink/sea blue swirl (100), milky clear with hot pink, purple, orange and electric blue splatter (100) and hot pink in dark purple in milky clear (100). Pre-orders are available now at http://spr.tn/tonightandforever.
Formed in 1991, Sense Field was one of the original bands to breakout in the mid-90’s “emo” scene along with acts like Jimmy Eat World, Sunny Day Real Estate and Texas Is The Reason. During that time the band released classic full-length records Sense Field, Killed For Less and Building which help establish them as one of the scene’s most highly regarded bands.
Later in 2001, the band returned with their breakout record Tonight and Forever, which garnered the band massive success with their single “Save Yourself.” The song was also featured on the official soundtrack for the hit TV show “Roswell,” which catapulted the band to mainstream audiences and performances on late night TV shows like “The Tonight Show” and “The Late Late Show.”
Following Tonight and Forever the band went on to release their last full-length record Living Outside in 2003, before disbanding. In 2012 and 2014 they reunited briefly for Revelation Records’ 25 Year Anniversary Shows.
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