Thursday, June 2, 2011

Saves The Day To Release New Album September 13th

Saves The Day, the seminal band that helped create and define the emo pop punk genre, returns with their new album, Daybreak, on September 13th through Razor & Tie.    The song "Living Without Love" from the new album is available on iTunes for purchase HERE.  Pre-Order the album HERE now and get two free tracks instantly - "Living Without Love" and "Undress Me".  Various bundles available for purchase.  Saves The Day continues to tour and is currently on the road with The Get Up Kids (Dates Below) with future tour dates to be announced soon.


Produced by Marc Jacob Hudson (Two Tongues, Chiodos) and Saves The Day, the much-anticipated Daybreak is the final piece of a three album concept trilogy that started with the 2006 release Sound The Alarm and the 2008 release Under The Boards.  Unlike the discontent and remorse ofthe previous two albums, Daybreak is eleven tracks of growth, acceptance and evolution. 


"Daybreak wraps up all the turmoil and misery of the previous two albums and transcends the pain by facing the fear and angst that comes in this life and turning it into growth and positive change," explains singer-guitarist and songwriter Chris Conley.


Saves The Day formed in 1997, releasing their debut album Can't Slow Down in 1998 and followed by Through Being Cool in 1999.  2001's Stay What You Are spawned the memorable "At Your Funeral" as the band continued to evolve and grow.  2003's In Reveriepeaked at #27 on the Billboard Top 200, becoming the third Saves The Day album to chart on the Billboard Top 200.  In 2006, the band began its concept trilogy, which is now being completed in 2011 with Daybreak.  Saves The Day is Chris Conley (Vocals/lead guitar), Arun Bali (Guitar), Rodrigo Palma (Bass) and Claudio Rivera (Drums). 


Often cited as one of the most influential bands of their time, Saves The Day has stayed at the forefront of the emo punk scene for almost fifteen years. 


Hayley Williams of Paramore cites the band as one of her greatest influences adding, "Saves The Day have been around since before I slipped into this side of the music pool. A friend introduced me to them and I remember wishing I had known the words to "Through Being Cool" while I was still in junior high being picked on for being totally UNcool. Even now, at 22, their music picks me up when I'm down and they remain relevant in a scene that's swim or you're sunk."



June 2 -- Palatine, IL -- Durty Nellies

June 3 -- Lansing, MI -- The Loft

June 4 -- Toledo, OH -- Headliners

June 5 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Mr. Smalls Theatre

June 7 -- Clifton Park, NY -- Northern Lights

June 8 -- Farmingdale, NY -- The Crazy Donkey

June 9 -- New Haven, CT -- Toad's Place

June 10 -- Providence, RI -- Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

June 11 -- Sayerville, NJ -- Starland Ballroom

June 12 -- Allentown, PA -- Crocodile Rock Cafe

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