Spartan Records Auctioning Off Five Test Pressings Of Sense Field’s Last LP “Living Outside” To Benefit The Jon Bunch Memorial Fund; Album To Be Released on Vinyl For The First Time Ever on Record Store Day, April 16

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 being released on vinyl for the first time ever on Record Store Day, April 16, 2016, by Seattle’s Spartan Records, the pressing includes the Ken Andrews (Failure) produced bonus track, “The Horse Is Alive.”

Spartan Records is auctioning off five “Living Outside” test pressings and is donating 100% of the proceeds to the Jon Bunch Memorial Fund, to help the family of the late Sense Field frontman Jon Bunch.

The listings are online now and will go on for 10 days. Click here to bid on the test pressings.

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