In their first interview as a new line-up, the members of Saves the Day sat down to talk about the next step in the band's career, and how they're planning to finally close the chapter on the three album trilogy, while at the same time, opening up the next "phase" with Daybreak - which will see the light of day before the year is up. Interview can be seen here.
Last night at New Found Glory's The Ten Year Anniversary of the Self-Titled Release Tour, I spoke with Saves the Day about their anticipated album Daybreak, and the band guarantees that there will be a release this year. The album is done, but they are going back to re-record some things with the new line-up. A review of the show can be seen here. Interview will be up next week.
New Found Glory will be re-releasing their self-titled album on January 26th via Geffen Records which will include new liner notes and their The Story So Far DVD. Additionally, dates for their tour with Saves the Day, Hellogoodbye, and Fireworks can be found in the replies.
Self-Titled Bonus Tracks
01) Better Off Dead (demo)
02) All About Her (demo)
03) The Radio Song
04) Hit or Miss (Jerry Finn mix)
05) So Many Ways
06) The Minute I Met You
Update: The chat is now over. We'd like to thank Chris and Coby so much for an excellent and insightful band chat, despite a minor site crash. Thanks also to everyone for participating!
In this thread at approximately 7:30 p.m. EST, scene heroes Chris Conley and Coby Linder of Two Tongues will be chatting under their own names. Feel free to quiz them about their recent debut full-length, the band's all-star lineup, and the challenges or rewards of artistic collaboration.
Chris Conley (Saves The Day) and Coby Linder (Say Anything) of Two Tongues will be chatting here on AP.net tomorrow at 7:30pm EST (4:30pm PST). Come ready to discuss the brand new full-length and the challenges and/or benefits of forging a pop-punk all-star team.