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New Saves the Day Coming in October • Page 3

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Aug 13, 2018.

  1. oldjersey

    Pro Podcaster Supporter

    I'm really not educated in it but I believe it's a result in him just growing older and having to adapt, I could be wrong though.
  2. Fuck yeah
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  3. TJ Wells

    Trusted Prestigious

    "Tomorrow Too Late" is the best Saves the Day song.

    This song is v good.
  4. Eml182


    I think he couldn't handle singing live with his old voice. However, I think his vocal here sounds better than anything since SWYA. It's still a little reserved but the octave is lower, so it's not as high and dry.
  5. web250

    I'll change this eventually Prestigious

    Best STD song I've heard in a long time. Also the best Chris has sounded in a while.
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    Saves The Day FOREVER!


    from the Equal Vision website:
    "With the release of “Rendezvous”, we also receive news that the band will be releasing 9, their first new album in five years, on October 26th via seminal rock label Equal Vision Records. 9 will be Saves The Day’s ninth studio record and contains nine songs that, when listened to together, tells the story of the band from the perspective of it’s founder, Chris Conley. The album offers this first ever autobiographical look into the band’s history in a way that is as exhaustive as it is poetic and makes the listener a part of the songwriting process. On the surface, 9 chronicles the epic story of a group of kids from New Jersey who realized their dream and became an international sensation. On a deeper level, it shows how Conley “woke up” and became aware of his own consciousness through his relationship with music and the unbelievable adventures it has inspired since he formed the act in 1997.

    Quote from Chris Conley about “Rendezvous”:

    This album is the story of Saves The Day and my own personal journey through life, which all unfolded as my relationship with music progressed.

    By Rendezvous, I’ve gone through all the reflecting and growing and come to a place where I’m so grateful and so satisfied and living the life I want to live. I was just a kid that got lucky and I got pulled into this amazing dream. And it’s still going.

    Saves The Day have been through a lot over the past two decades: Van accidents, member changes, the emo explosion, and the adventures that carried the act and their fans from adolescence to adulthood. The current lineup of the band, which includes the virtuosic trio of guitarist Arun Bali, bassist Rodrigo Palma and drummer Dennis Wilson, are the band’s most consistent lineup to date. They’ve managed to take the musicianship on 9 to stratospheric new heights. “At this point, I’ve actually dealt with the conflicts and the challenges in a lifelong career in music and now I have the guys that I could do this with forever and I’m living the dream again,” Conley explains. Ultimately, 9 is sonic evidence that not only is there a reason we are alive in the world, but it’s a miracle that Conley rightfully encourages us to celebrate.

    9 was produced by Arun Bali and Saves The Day. Bali also mixed and engineered the record, as well. You can preorder 9 today and look for its official release on October 26th.

    Saves The Day will be hitting the road in support of 9 this November. They are joined on this run by Kevin Devine and An Horse on all dates (unless otherwise noted). All tickets are available now from"

    Saves The Day Tour Dates
    11/01 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners
    11/02 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge *
    11/03 – Newport, KY @ Southgate House
    11/04 – Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
    11/06 – Toronto, ON @ Opera House
    11/07 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
    11/09 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr Smalls
    11/10 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
    11/11 – Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
    11/12 – Boston, MA @ Paradise
    11/14 – Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw *
    11/15 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head
    11/16 – Richmond, VA @ Broadberry
    11/17 – Durham, NC @ Motorco
    11/18 – Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
    11/20 – Orlando, FL @ The Social

    * no Kevin Devine
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  8. HelloThisIsDog Aug 14, 2018
    (Last edited: Aug 14, 2018)


    I’m definitely going to the Boston date but I’m thinking about getting a ticket for Asbury Park. Is the stone pony a good venue to see a show? Idk, I just feel like seeing Saves in NJ would be quite the experience.

    Edit: Just bought a ticket for NJ
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  9. SEANoftheDEAD


    New song is fantastic. I used to play bass in a pop punk band with Denny (their drummer) and knew he was always destined for big things. So if he's reading this, glad to see you're still killing it. Looking forward to the album and show at the TLA.
  10. Serenity Now

    deliver us from e-mail Supporter

    Was between Blue Album & Pinkerton when I was typing my comment and just rolled the dice. Based on all replies above, I chose wrong. haha. Either way, you get my point.
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  11. IIRC it was doctor ordered. He was told he would lose his voice completely or something if he kept straining it like he was. It was something like that.
  12. serotonin

    who told you this room exists?

    Man, I absolutely loved Daybreak.
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  13. Dog Fish

    soups up

    You know, Max Bemis' whole vocal change makes sense now. He's a huggge std fan. Maybe he just wanted to be drastic like Chris?
  14. quietwords

    RIP EmoPunkKid28: 2002-2016 Prestigious

    It does make me laugh when people complain about Chris' 'new' voice.
    You're totally allowed to not like it and I don't judge you for not, but he's been singing like this since In Reverie, lol. It's not 'new.'
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  17. CyberInferno

    Line below my username Supporter

    That sounds right from my vague recollection. Thanks for the reminder.
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  18. Dan O'Neill


    Nah, it’s not just the best Saves song. “Tomorrow Too Late” is the best song.
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  19. reachingfor

    Regular Supporter

    That song is magical. Every time I put it on I end up listening to that song several times in a row.
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  20. slimfenix182


    It's prob not their best but "Sell My Old Clothes" will probably always be my favorite
  21. HelloThisIsDog


    Let's be real.. all Saves the Day album closers are fantastic songs. I am so curious about this 21min album closer...
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  22. TJ Wells

    Trusted Prestigious

    Anyone heard any rumors of west dates later in the year?
  23. HelloThisIsDog


    West coast spring 2019
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  24. paythetab

    Chorus.FM Album Reviewer (Adam Grundy) Supporter

    So...quick question after re-listening to In Reverie: Is Saves the Day's "In Reverie" basically their Pinkerton in their discography? By that I mean, a criminally underrated album that *most* originally hated yet now is widely appreciated and sought after. Thoughts?
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  25. reachingfor

    Regular Supporter

    Yes! I feel the same way about NFG’s Coming Home
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