Saves The Day will be heading out on a holiday acoustic tour with special guests Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, Rival Schools, Gorilla Biscuits) and Jon Simmons (Balance And Composure) this December.
Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday), Anthony Raneri (Bayside), Chris Conley (Saves The Day), and Vinnie Caruana (I Am The Avalanche) are releasing an EP of solo work together. Click “read more” to view album art, tracklisting, and stream Raneri’s track, “String Me Along.”
Saves the Day have announced their upcoming album that will be released on September 17. Click “read more” to view album artwork and tracklisting.
Saves the Day have debuted a new song titled “Remember” from their upcoming album, and you can stream it by hitting “Read More.” You can also check out the band’s North American fall tour, with openers Into It. Over It. and Hostage Calm.
Skate and Surf Festival is slated to return this year, taking place May 18th and 19th at the Plaza Green at iPlay America in Freehold, NJ. Bands announced for the festival so far include A Day To Remember, Saves The Day, Bayside, Transit, and more.
Saves The Day have launched a campaign for fans to fund the band’s 8th studio album.
Transit talks with Rock The Walls about their new record and the state of pop punk.
On September 13, Saves The Day will release their new album Daybreak, which is the third and final album in their concept trilogy.
A link to an exclusive stream of the album, and their new video for the track “Deranged & Desperate” can be seen by clicking the title of this post.
The Get Up Kids and Saves The Day have confirmed a 10-date co-headlining tour of the U.S. Midwest and Northeast. The run begins June 2 in Palatine, Illinois, and continues through June 12 in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
On Thursday, Jamie McGrath sat down with Ben Leibsch of You, Me and Everyone We Know after their set on the second to last day on the “Would It Kill You?” tour with Hellgoodbye, Gold Motel and Now, Now Every Children.
Pittsburgh has seen one of the worst winters in history this year, but the pelting snow did not stop the city’s punk-rock kids from gathering to celebrate New Found Glory’s 10-year anniversary of its self-titled effort Friday.
If it were NBA awards season, the sixth man award could have easily gone to the sold-out Starland Ballroom crowd Monday night, which sang every word from the opening band to the evening’s closer, “My Friends Over You.”
Despite frigid temperatures, fans lined up as early as noon Sunday before sold-out headliner New Found Glory rocked Boston, commemorating the 10th anniversary of its self-titled debut album.
Taking a page out of the book of pop-punk veterans such as Saves the Day and fellow Philadelphia natives The Starting Line, The Wonder Years released its second full-length album aptly titled The Upsides January 26 through No Sleep Records.