Though their previous offering was literally lost "under the radar," California emo-rockers Sense Field are looking to make a more lasting impression with their latest album, Tonight and Forever.
The 7-year-old quintet singer Jonathan Bunch, drummer Rob Pfeiffer, bassist John Stockberger and guitarists Rodney Sellars and Chris Evenson will release the follow-up to 1996's Building on September 25, according to a Nettwerk Records spokesperson. "Fun Never Ends" and "Save Yourself" are slated as the Evenson-produced LP's first singles.
The 11-track Tonight and Forever borrows and builds upon a number of songs from the ill-fated Under the Radar, an album that was scheduled for release in 1999 but was shelved indefinitely because of a fallout with then-label Warner Bros. While Under the Radar was never available commercially, the doomed effort is considered a collector's item by fans and is a hot commodity online.
Sense Field will hit the road to support Tonight and Forever on September 7 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. A monthlong headlining stint of clubs is confirmed thus far, and the band is expected to hook up with another act for a tour of larger venues throughout the fall.
Sense Field tour dates, according to Nettwerk:
- 9/7 - Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
- 9/8 - Philadelphia, PA @ Rotunda
- 9/11 - Wilkes-Barre, PA @ Cafe Metropolis
- 9/12 - Hoboken, NJ @ Maxwell's
- 9/14 - South Amboy, NJ @ Club Krome
- 9/18 - Toronto, ON @ The Kathedral
- 9/19 - Buffalo, NY @ Showplace Theatre
- 9/20 - Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
- 9/21 - Detroit, MI @ Shelter
- 9/27 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
- 9/28 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Troubadour