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Saves The Day

Perfecting their power pop rock since the mid-'90s, New Jersey's Saves the Day call it like it is. They refrain from characteristic pogo-bouncing anthems for their own quirky post-punk and energetic live shows, influencing a new school of emo/punk bands along the way. The first incarnation of Saves the Day happened when singer/songwriter Chris Conley was only 13, and the band was first called Indifference and, later, Seffler. A name change to their current moniker, taken from a lyric from the Farside song "Hero," came with the recording of their first demo. Conley (vocals), Eben D'Amico (bass), Ted Alexander (guitar), David Soloway (guitar), and Bryan Newman (drums) made their debut with 1997's Can't Slow Down on Equal Vision Records, though D'Amico didn't join the lineup until after this album. Recorded during winter break of their high-school senior year, the record featured production work from Steve Evetts (Sepultura, Dillinger Escape Plan, Sick of It All).

Through Being Cool followed two years later, gaining a wider fan base and critical success among select punk markets with its greater pop sensibility. However, Saves the Day changed things up for 2001's Stay What You Are. Their third installment, and first release for Vagrant Records, Stay What You Are brought Rob Schnapf (Beck, Elliott Smith, Toadies) to the mixing boards for a more structured punk rock effort. The album sold more than 200,000 copies, landed on the Billboard charts, and produced two heavily rotated MTV2 videos for "At Your Funeral" and "Freakish." Lots of touring followed; they headlined 2001's Vagrant tour with labelmates Dashboard Confessional, and scored opening slots for Weezer and the Pop Disaster Tour with Green Day and blink-182.

In Reverie, the band's first for DreamWorks and with new drummer Pete Parada, followed two years later. Vagrant issued Ups & Downs: Early Recordings and B-Sides in August 2004, an album that contained exactly what the title states. The band re-signed with Vagrant in early 2006 and officially welcomed new bassist Manny Carrero into its ranks. Sound the Alarm followed that April, which of course meant tour dates through the rest of the year, including dates on that summer's Warped Tour. Parada made his exit in March 2007 and was replaced soon enough by ex-Classic Case/Glassjaw drummer Durijah Lang. Later that year, Saves the Day released Under the Boards, the second of their three-album concept that began with Sound the Alarm. Before they could finish the trio, Saves the Day would almost completely change their lineup, with Soloway, Lang, and Carrero leaving the band. Conley brought in bassist Rodrigo Palma, guitarist Arun Bali, and drummer Claudio Rivera to bolster the ranks, and went back into the studio in 2009 to begin work on a new album. Saves the Day shopped the completed album around and eventually signed on with Razor & Tie, and in 2011 released their seventh album, Daybreak. With their trilogy complete, the band made the move back to Equal Vision, releasing their eighth album, the self-titled Saves the Day, in the summer of 2013. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi
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1. Kiss your left hand 2. Say your crush name 3. Close your hand 4. Say a school day 5. Say your name 6. Open your hand 7. Post this on 15 other songs and your crush will ask you out
I love Chris Conley's voice can't wait to see them at Warped Tour!!!
Somone gave me a cd of theirs in high school I played it until it wouldn't play any more great band
I can't wait to see them live it's October ahhhhhhhhhhh h h . . . im so HAPPY
Reminds me of college days :)
I love playin this song on guitar. It's so fun and hard.
Through Being Cool's finally on here !!!
These got me through high school. Lyrics are on point & voice is so fitting!
Can't get past the voice.
teamcodini
This band formed what is my love for pop/punk/emo now. Chris has such a great voice! Saw them live @ The Sunshine Theater in ABQ NM. And got to meet the band. Way nice!
SICK.
Ah, yes another one of my favorite bands. Rocked them out in high school like crazy.
maggieeemo
i love this band!! they always put on a great show.
christineost e r h o u d t
one of favorite bands of all time! his voice is a.m.a.z.i.n. g !
good band not quiet great
Seriously annoying voice. Man, this fellow sounds like he gets slapped around a lot. I'd slap him around if he were on hand. What a whiner.

Johnny Revelator must blow mad guys. F**got
say them in austin a few days ago god they were amazing =)
<3 you STD!!!! Miss seeing you live for sure!
@Johnny R and you would know all about blowing 5 guys wouldn't you
johnbueno198 4
This band is gayer than four guys blowing five guys.
They should get the artist bio right...Dave , Eben, and Ted didn't sign on til Through Being Cool. Much different line up was on Can't Slow Down.
Why isnt the album "Through being cool" on here...WTF? that there best album!
Go Jersey!!!! WOOOO!!!!!!! ! ! yea!
gklenkel
i love everything chris does (even two tounges) but i'm gonna say that stay what you are is the best album in reguards to the transitions between songs and it has the most vivid imagery. i can't wait for daybreak to drop!
pandora08779
In response to all the negative comments, I must say that STD have not gone down hill. They simply change styles with each album, which is what I like the most about STD. BTW, if you havent listened to Under the Boards, I highly recommend it. It's Brilliant!
pizzaboy1314
i agree with gabeman...a song is ment to evoke the same feelings that the artist feels. relate to and appreciate
where is the loyalty guys come on! all i have read on here is how much their new stuff sucks. i love the early albums to but give the new stuff a chance. Chris writes the music and lyrics to express the way he feels about his life not to sell records and get rich. And i think at least as far as the lyrics go it gets better with each album. cant wait for the next.
jholodi2
i haven't listened to these songs in many years. now i know why my life was better when i did.
Downhill after through being cool.
picture is old, he only had pink hair when they did the tour for Sound the Alarm. I love this band, though Under the Boards was slightly disappointin g and i do miss the old punk energy
they were way better when they were much rougher... way more punk rock... i loved their old music n the new stuff dont move me
Lol i dont know but i realy do like the hair...Bubbl e g u m ! !
athelen26
Ya what is with the pink hair
i dont think iv seen pinker hair before. kinda hurting my eyes
athelen26
Nice sound
matthewforgu e
Their best albums aren't even on Pandora... c'mon.
Bug Sessions Vol. 1 is a amazing acoustic ablum
Stay What You Are is one of my favorite albums. The acoustic cuts on Ups and Downs are pretty amazing too.
danielyi_562
never stop lovin Saves the Day.
I thought In Reverie was a great CD. Not at all like their others yes, but still great.
i agree with "through being cool" and "can't slow down" being their best albums, but i also think I'd add "stay what you are" to the list. i think the last amazing recording they did was "stay what you are", and "in reverie" was pretty great, but they have been goin down hill since then. Maybe its all the alcohol Chris Conley consumes?
why is the guys hair pink? is he gay or sometin?
Yeah dude. I'm sure STD manged to rip off some band I've never heard of while cutting Can't slow down, oh and still being in high school. Sour grapes. And for the record, Through Being Cool is one of the best albums ever. This is not an exit. Done.
did this band not exist before 2001? what happened to can't slow down and through being cool and the EP..... ehhh i'm sorry i'm leaving.. i am glad a drag in d flat is on ups and downs though which was originally on another year on the streets?? maybe?
Yea, early STD stuff was amazing. Stay what you are was kinda cool... and then everything just sucked. But Saves the Day COMPLETELY (COMPLETELY COMPLETELY) ripped off Lifetime. If you like early STD, go check out a band called "Lifetime"
sryarbrough1 9 8 6
Saves the Day's stuff from the late 90's is so much better...Can ' t Slow Down and Through Being Cool are the best albums and they aren't even on here. If you like the band..you should definitely check those albums out!!
jmroquai
Saves the Day is a really good band. I haven't heard a lot of their songs but the songs that I have heard are all really good. My fave is At Your Funeral.
I lOve this Band

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