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Saves The Day nearly finished with upcoming album

Seminal New Jersey emo group Saves the Day have announced that they are close to completing their upcoming studio album via a Facebook post this morning:

“The album is nearly finished, you guys. We’ve been tweaking things while The Cremaster Cycle and Burden of Dreams play in background. Soon.”

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 post second studio update

Seminal New Jersey emo group Saves the Day have posted another new studio update for the recording of their new album.

You can click here to check it out.

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.



Video: Saves The Day plays acoustic version of new song “Ring Pop”

After raising 158% of the set goal on their PledgeMusic campaign, emo godfathers Saves The Day, entered the studio today to begin recording their 8th studio album.  The band posted a lengthy update on facebook for their fans with a little video of them acoustically performing a new song called “Ring Pop” which will surely appear on the forthcoming release.

Give it a listen here while you read the update from the band.

The band last released “Daybreak” in September of 2011 via Razor & Tie Records.



Saves The Day preparing for new album

After raising 158% of the set goal on their PledgeMusic campaign, emo godfathers Saves The Day, have announced that they will begin tracking the new album in February.

The still-untitled LP has no set release date and will be the band’s eighth studio album.

The band last released “Daybreak” in September of 2011 via Razor & Tie Records.



Skate and Surf Festival beings announce line up

This year’s Skate and Surf Festival has officially begun to confirm the artist’s who will appear at the event, to be held May 18-19 in Freehold, New Jersey. Among the first batch of names listed are headlining act A Day to Remember, Saves the Day, Andrew W.K., and Into it. Over it. Check out the full list here.

 



Pouzza Fest adds more bands including Saves the Day, New Found Glory

Pouzza Fest 2013 has unveiled the second batch of bands featured in their line-up.  New Found Glory is the first “headliner” announced thus far and they will be playing their album Sticks and Stones in its entirety.  Additionally, Saves The Day,  Braid,  Make Do And MendDiamond YouthBuck-O-Nine, The HuntersRun, ForeverFormer Thieves, Mike Park, Blacklist RoyalsBanquetsThe Atom Age, and Aspiga have been added.  There are a whole lot of bands confirmed thus far, so you can check out the entire list here.



Saves The Day stream demo of new song “Ain’t No Kinda Love” off upcoming album

New Jersey emo act Saves The Day are streaming a demo of a new song, entitled “Ain’t No Kinda Love,” which will be appearing on their upcoming full-length album.

You can check it out here.

The band last released “Daybreak” in September 2011 via Razor & Tie Records. They are currently raising funds to release their eight full-length album.



Saves The Day launch PledgeMusic campaign to raise recording funds for eighth studio album

New Jersey based emo staples Saves the Day are currently working on their eighth studio album and have launched a PledgeMusic campaign where fans can pledge money towards the project. The band have come up with some unique rewards in return for pledges such as a private Saves The Day house show, a personalized EP from Chris Conley, a ‘VIP for life’ package (guestlist/backstage access for every STD show) and many more.

You can check out the video announcement here.

Saves the Day released their seventh studio album Daybreak in September 2011 via Razor & Tie Records.



Saves the Day covers “Skulls”, give away free mp3

New Jersey based emo staples Saves the Day have recorded a cover of “Skulls” by Jersey horror punks The Misfits. The cover was originally intended to be given away on Halloween, but the band needed to re-prioritize after the East Coast got rocked by Hurricane Sandy. Now the song is online and available as a free download.

You can check it out right here.

Saves the Day released their seventh studio album Daybreak in September 2011 via Razor & Tie Records.



Chris Conely talks about direction of new Saves the Day album

Alter the Press! recently conducted an interview with Saves the Day founder Chris Conely, who talks about the musical direction of the band’s next studio album, which is said to be out next year. He states:

“The skeletons of the songs are already there. We’ve got ten songs, I think, for the next record already – without lyrics, but the melodies and chords and everything. It feels quite different. Each record is always a departure from the last. As Arun said, unintentionally it just sort of happens and you sit back going “wow, that’s different”. It’s upbeat, and it feels way happier than anything the band has done, even before “Stay What You Are”. That record was feels kind of of dark to me, but it’s really poppy. “Through Being Cool” is the only really happy feeling album, and even the lyrics on that are all about longing. So this will probably be the most uplifting, positive Saves the Day album yet.”

It’s been over exactly a year since Daybreak, the band’s last record, came out.



Saves The Day recording new music

New Jersey based emo staples Saves the Day appear to be recording new music.  The band posted the following update via twitter:

Mixing a demo for a new song. Sounds killer, get stoked!

Saves The Day last released their last album, “Daybreak” last September via Razor & Tie Records.



Saves the Day performs “Freakish” with vocalist Nick Diener (The Swellers)

New Jersey based emo staples Saves the Day performed their song “Freakish” with vocalist Nick Diener of The Swellers in Michigan.

You can watch the performance here.

Saves The Day last released “Daybreak” back in September via Razor & Tie Records.

 



Polar Bear Club stream cover of Save The Day’s “At Your Funeral”

Rochester, New York’s Polar Bear Club are streaming a cover of Saves The Day’s classic “At Your Funeral” right here. This version will appear on Polar Bear Club’s upcoming live album, “Live at the Montage” which will drop July 31 on Bridge Nine.

 



Saves the Day announce UK tour dates

New Jersey based emo staples Saves the Day announced a trio of UK tour dates for August. Check them out here.

The band last released “Daybreak” back in September via Razor & Tie Records.



Where’s The Band? (Matt Pryor, Anthony Raneri and Chris Conley) cover Jawbreaker’s “Boxcar”

Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids), Anthony Raneri (Bayside) and Chris Conley (Saves The Day) recently found the time during their busy “Where’s The Band?” tour schedule to play a special acoustic set for the clothing company Dickies.

Click here to watch the acoustic trio perform their own unique cover of the Jawbreaker classic “Boxcar.”