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Video: Saves The Day perform live studio session for Audiotree

Saves The Day performed their songs “Remember,” “In the in Between,” “Xenophobic Blind Left Hook,” “Supernova,” and “Anywhere With You” in the studio for Audiotree Live.

You can watch the performances here.

The band released their self-titled album on September 17, 2013 through Max Bemis’ Rory Records, a subsidiary of Equal Vision Records.



Cover Art Battle (September 17th): The Flatliners, Saves The Day, Great Apes & more

   

In this week’s edition of Cover Art Battles, we have new releases from The Flatliners, Saves The Day, Great Apes, Stray From The Path, Placeholder, and The Devil Wears Prada.

Check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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Saves The Day streaming upcoming self-titled album

Saves The Day are streaming their upcoming self-tiled album in its entirety.

You can check it out here.

The album is set to be released on September 17th through Max Bemis’ Rory Records, a subsidiary of Equal Vision Records.



Saves The Day stream new song “Remember” off upcoming album

Saves The Day are streaming a new song entitled “Remember,” which will be appearing on their upcoming self-titled album.

You can check it out below.

The album is set to be released on September 17th through Max Bemis’ Rory Records, a subsidiary of Equal Vision Records.



New Music: Saves The Day – “Ring Pop”

Saves The Day are streaming a new song entitled “Ring Pop,” which will be appearing on their upcoming self-titled album.

You can check it out below.

The album is set to be released on September 17th through Equal Vision Records.



Saves The Day streaming new song “The Tide Of Our Times”

Saves The Day are streaming a new song called “The Tide Of Our Times” off the upcoming self-titled album.

You can check it out here.

The album is due out on September 17, 2013 through Equal Vision Records.

 



Random Cover Song: Saves the Day – “Cheer” (Descendents)

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover comes from NJ’s Saves the Day, and their rendition of “Cheer” by the Descendents. The song originally appeared on the 1986 Descendents album, Enjoy!, while Saves the Day recorded their cover for their 2004 rarities compilation, Ups and Downs: Early Recordings and B-Sides.

Check out and compare both versions here.



Saves The Day sign to Equal Vision Records to release self-titled album in September

Saves The Day have announced their signing with Equal Vision Records to release their eighth studio album, which will be self-titled, on September 17th. You can check out the artwork above and the tracklist right here. The album will be distributed by Rory Records, the Equal Visions associated label created by Max Bemis of Say Anything.

The band will be touring with Hostage Calm and Into It. Over It. this fall. Check the dates out here.

The band recently hired Every Avenue’s Dennis Wilson as their new drummer. They last released “Daybreak” in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Saves The Day announces fall tour featuring support from Hostage Calm and Into It Over It, releases new song “Remember”

Saves the Day have just announced details on their upcoming fall tour which will feature support from Hostage Calm and Into It Over It. Check the dates out here as well as a new song “Remember”.

The band recently hired Every Avenue’s Dennis Wilson as their new drummer. They last released “Daybreak” in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Video: Saves The Day – “Freakish” (live acoustic)

Click here to check out a live video of Saves The Day playing an acoustic rendition of “Freakish.”

The band recently hired Every Avenue’s Dennis Wilson as their new drummer. They last released “Daybreak” in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Live Video: Saves The Day perform acoustic version of “Third Engine” at house show

Saves the Day performed an acoustic version of their song “Third Engine” at a house show recently.

You can watch a video of the performance here.

The band recently crowdsourced the funding for the album using PledgeMusic, their eighth release. They released Daybreak prior to that, in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Saves The Day reveal tracklisting for upcoming album

Saves the Day have revealed the tracklisting for their currently untitled upcoming album, which is set to be released sometime this fall.

Click here to check it out, then head over here to see the band play an acoustic version of one of the songs on the record.

The band recently hired Every Avenue’s Dennis Wilson as their new drummer. They last released “Daybreak” in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Saves the Day hire new drummer

Saves the Day have announced that former Every Avenue drummer Dennis Wilson has joined the band. The band has not given any information about the new drummer, but Dennis himself confirmed on his Twitter account that he will be in Saves the Day permanently.

The band recently crowd sourced the funding for the album using PledgeMusic, their eighth release. They released Daybreak prior to that, in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Saves The Day complete new album

Seminal New Jersey emo group Saves the Day have announced that they have finished their new album via Facebook:

Dear everyone: the album is DONE. We are now deciding who we would like to mix it.

The band recently crowdsourced the funding for the album using PledgeMusic, their eighth release. They released Daybreak prior to that, in 2011 on Razor & Tie.



Two Tongues to record sophomore album

Max Bemis (Say Anything) recently sat down to do an interview with AbsolutePunk, during which he made mention that he would love to get started on a second Two Tongues album with Chris Conley (Saves the Day). Here’s an excerpt from the interview:

I’m doing a new Painful Splits record that’s gonna come out this summer and so there’s definitely gonna be a lot of stuff in between there. Me and Chris currently have been talking about doing the second Two Tongues record, which will probably be next year as well. But we’ve wanting to do a second record from the beginning – when we were recording the first we were like, “we gotta make like a million records,” but we’re both so busy. But we’re definitely starting to get the gears going on that.”

You can read the whole thing here. There’s no other mention of Two Tongues though.

Two Tongues released their self titled debut in 2009 via Vagrant Records.