R.I.P. Sense Field/Further Seems Forever Vocalist Jon Bunch

R.I.P. Sense Field/Further Seems Forever Vocalist Jon Bunch
Reports have emerged that Jon Bunch, former frontman of Sense Field, Further Seems Forever, War Generation and more, passed away on February 1. He was 45.

Substream Magazine reports that the announcement of Bunch's passing came through a post on his Facebook page, reading "With broken hearts and so much difficulty, we write these words to all of you who love Jon. He is no longer with us now. We think his life here ended early morning, Feb. 1, 2016, but it is uncertain at this time. Our love, his family."

No other details of his death have been made available at this point.

Bunch first fronted hardcore punk act Reason to Believe, who soon changed their name to Sense Field and signed to Revelation Records. Their 2001 album Tonight and Forever was released through Canadian independent label Nettwerk after being locked up in contractual disputes with Warner Bros. This release yielded Sense Field's greatest commercial success with the single "Save Yourself." After the band split in 2004, Bunch became the third lead vocalist of Florida-based emo outfit Further Seems Forever, with whom he released 2004's Hide Nothing.

Recently, Bunch sang for Rise Records act War Generation and fronted a new project titled Lucky Scars, who released their debut EP this past December.

Since news of his passing arrived, a stream of tributes has popped up online. You can see some of those below.
 
 
 
 
 

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