Saves The Day have been putting out records and rocking crowds since the late '90s, injecting power pop and post-punk into the emo scene. They really broke through in 2001 with their album 'Stay What You Are'. The band will release '9', their first new album since 2013, on October 26th and will perform at Grimey's on the same day, at 6PM.
"This album is the story of Saves The Day and my own personal journey through life, which all unfolded as my relationship with music progressed," frontman Chris Conley said in a statement. That sentiment is apparent in the album's lead single, "Rendezvous", which finds Conley juxtaposing the "basements and backyards" of the band's earliest shows with their international exploits. "By 'Rendezvous', I've gone through all the reflecting and growing and come to a place where I'm so grateful and so satisfied and living the life I want to live," Conley explained. "I was just a kid that got lucky and I got pulled into this amazing dream. And it's still going."
We're very excited to welcome Saves The Day to the new Grimey's to play a free, all ages live set on the day '9' is released - Friday, October 26th, at 6PM, followed by a Q&A and signing with fans.