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Harbor City, CA (right next to San Pedro). Jonathan Bunch and Chris Evenson meet through mutual friends. Chris plays drums. Bunch sings. A number of bands come and go, but the two stick together. Chris puts together a demo for a college recording course. Jonathan adds vocals. Rodney answers "Drummer Wanted" ad. Reason To Believe forms. John Stockberger joins. The band records, tours, breaks up.


Chris and Rodney now both play guitar. Join forces with Jonathan and The Berger. Form Sense Field, writing and rehearsing for a year, while auditioning every drummer in Southern California. Scott McPherson, brother of one of Jonathans friends, is finally found and becomes the groups drummer.


With $800, the cumulative earning of their music career Sense Field records a five song EP. Sense Field is released on the bands own Run H2O label. 500 are pressed and sold at shows.


Proceeds from Sense Field are funneled into the seven-song Premonitions. 1000 are pressed and sold at shows. Revelation Records offers to distribute. Sense Field is confused: Isnt Revelation a hardcore/post-hardcore label? Accommodations are made. Sense Field signs.


Sense Fields debut album, Killed For Less, is released on Revelation. Sense Fields first U.S tour follows, with the band playing in every VFW, Knights of Columbus hall and basement from sea to shining sea. Demand for earlier recordings is expressed from kids with poor quality dubs of out-of-print EPs. The Sense Field and Premonition EPs are combined as one Revelation album, along with previously unreleased songs, "Greater Than" and "First Things First."


Sense Field tours the U.S. again, then lands in Europe for a 54-day, 49-show, 14-country swing, including stops in Slovenia, Poland, the Czech Republic and Norway. They return home to more U.S. dates as the word spreads.


Sense Field releases Building, produced by the band, recorded by Bill Krodel and mixed by Andy Wallace. They sign to Warner Bros. Records, which re-releases Building with major label distribution. "Different Times" is Sense Fields debut single for the company.

Sense Field returns from a headlining summer tour of the States to start the East Coast swing of the 1996 Vans Warped Tour, joining the likes of NOFX, Pennywise and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones in front of crowds from 3,000 to 100,000 strong. UK release of Building is supported by a sold-out club tour with Sparklehorse and an awesome performance at the Reading Festival. Band plans to tour into the foreseeable future.