I went and saw the Bayside/Saves the Day tour the other night and it got me thinking a lot about longevity. How did those two bands last so much through one of the most progressive times in the music industry? How did they survive against the elements of death, label issues and pleasing longtime fans? Hit the replies and let's talk about not what makes a hold any sort of longevity past "putting out good music." What makes you continue to see your favorite bands year after year or multiple times a year at that?
Rise Records will be releasing a 4-way split 7" featuring Saves The Day, Bayside, Transit, and I Am The Avalanche. It will be available late October on their upcoming tour together. Head to the replies for the artwork and tracklisting.
Last week I sat back and had two songwriters talk about their albums this year. Andy Hull (Manchester Orchestra) and Chris Conley (Saves the Day) reflected on their new albums (Simple Math and Daybreak respectively), careers and differences in songwriting processes and inspiration. The full interview can be read here.
Check out two videos in the replies from Saves the Day's "behind the songs" feature. I've read around the forums that people are calling this the best Saves the Day album since Stay What You Are. Pre-order it here.
Watch the second trailer for Saves the Day's Daybreak in the replies. The album, due out September 13, will be available in a deluxe version on iTunes with two bonus tracks and a making-of documentary; and in a special edition from FYE featuring an acoustic version of the entire album. You can also purchase a limited signed copy of the album here.
Saves the Day will be touring with Bayside in the U.S. and Yellowcard in Europe and the U.K. this fall. Dates are on their website. Also, hit the replies to watch a teaser video featuring clips of new songs from Daybreak.
Watch a trailer for Saves the Day's Daybreak in the replies. The album, due out September 13, will be available in a deluxe version on iTunes with two bonus track and a making-of documentary; and in a special edition from FYE featuring an acoustic version of the entire album.
Glamour Kills launched a pre-order for Saves the Day's new album last week; the pre-order includes a t-shirt and vinyl copy of the record. The band's pressing of the vinyl is sold out and Glamour Kills' site is the last place to get it, so get it while you can.
Absolutepunk.net is proud to present the first episode of Smartpunk Live. The first episode features a two part interview with Hey Monday, as well as an acoustic performance of "Homecoming." The episode also includes an acoustic performance of "Let It All Go" by Saves The Day.