Label: EMI - 0 6700 30324 2 1,Nettwerk - 0 6700 30324 2 1 • Format: CD Album, Copy Protected • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
Sense Field: Under The Radar (CD, Album, Promo) Warner Bros. Records: US: Sell This Version: 0 2 0: Sense Field: Sense Field: Living Outside (Album) 8 versions: Nettwerk, Nettwerk America: 0 2 2: US: Sell This Version: 8 versions.
Sense Field's Living Outside runs headlong into the heartbreak of young, jilted love with a clean, radio-friendly sound. Vocalist Jon Bunch and keyboardist/guitarist Chris Evenson have displayed a knack for penning catchy songs since 's Killed for Less debut/5(21).
"Living Outside" is a much darker disc than Sense Field fans may be used to but the unmistakeable eliqouent delivery of Jon Bunch's vocals more than make up for it. Opener "Burn" is sure to find it's a way onto many break-up mix tapes for it's lyrical content/5(21).
· Living Outside by Sense Field, released 16 April Following the breakout mainstream success of the song “Save Yourself” (from the album "Tonight and Forever"), Sense Field re-entered the studio to record what would be their last full-length album "Living Outside." Now released on vinyl for the first time ever, the pressing includes the Ken Andrews (Failure) produced bonus track, .
· Living Outside is as conscious a follow-up record as there can be, but it's likely also the record Sense Field would've made anyway, even without the band's mainstream ascendancy. Outside was written principally by guitarist Chris Evenson and vocalist Jon Bunch, and they've looked to new wave and s guitar pop to define the album's sound/10(4).
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