Friday, June 3, 2011

Saves The Day to release new album in fall, performed this week at Durty Nellies

Photo credit: Colleen Durkin

On the heels of its show Thursday at Durty Nellies in Palatine, New Jersey power pop band Saves The Day has announced it will release a new album "Daybreak" on Sept. 13 through Razor & Tie.
The song "Living Without Love" from the new album is available on iTunes for purchase HERE.  Those who pre-order the album HERE can get two free tracks instantly - "Living Without Love" and "Undress Me."  
"Daybreak" is the final piece of a three album concept trilogy that started with the 2006 release "Sound The Alarm" and continued with the 2008 release, "Under The Boards."

" '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," said singer-guitarist and songwriter Chris Conley in a press release.

Hayley Williams of the band Paramore cited the band as one of her greatest influences.
"Saves The Day have been around since before I slipped into this side of the music pool," Williams said in a press release. "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."
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