Awesome AP.net user, Boucher187, has uploaded some Saves the Day house show videos for our enjoyment.
So last year I was lucky enough to be able to get my buddies and get together enough cash to have Saves The Day play a "Pledge Show" at my house. I was finally able to get the videos and have them uploaded of the show. The band played for about 2 hours electric and it was the best time of my life. Would love to share these with the site as there are many Saves The Day fans. The band was the most laid back, personable people I've ever met.
Attn Chicago: Some gear was stolen late night last night in Wicker Park out of our Sprinter Van. Huge bummer. Please send us a message if you have any information on a stolen Martin D-28 Acoustic Guitar. More info to come.
Saves the Day earned its second highest charting record, with Saves The Daylanding at #56. The band's previous second best was 2006's Sound the Alarm, which debuted and peaked at #67. 2003's In Reverie is Saves The Day's highest charting record, as it debuted and peaked at #27.
Save The Daytweeted out that the band just played Can't Slow Down (a record that just turned 15 years old) from front to back for the first time. Could they have just been doing it for fun or is this something that might pop up in a future show? Would you be stoked if the band busted out these stone-cold classics on tour? I'm sure we'll find out soon enough.