Saves The Day to hit Boston next month
Saves The Day will return to the road next month for a tour in support of their forthcoming self-titled album. The band will hit Massachusetts for a show at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston on Tuesday, September 24. Tickets for the concert, which will aslo feature openers Into It. Over It. and Hostage Calm, are now on sale through Ticketmaster for $16.50.
Saves The Day, the band’s eighth studio effort and follow-up to 2011’s Daybreak, will be released on September 17. The album was produced by Saves The Day, engineered by Marc Hudson and mixed by Rob Schnapf, marking the first time the band has worked with Schnapf since 2003’s In Reverie. Lead single “Ring Pop” is streaming below.
The project was funded by fans through a PledgeMusic campaign. As part of the campaign, the band also donated a portion of the earnings to Occupy Sandy to assist in the recovery efforts after the devastating storm. After completing the album, the group signed a deal with Equal Vision Records, who gave the band their start 15 years ago and will release the new album through their Rory Records imprint.
On the upcoming tour, the band is promising to deliver sets filled with old favorites and deep cuts, along with the new material from Saves The Day. “You all have breathed a lot of life into this record,” said the band in a message to fans. “We can’t wait to be in these rooms with you, singing the old and new songs together.”
Along with the new album and tour, the band recently confirmed the addition of drummer Dennis Wilson (formerly of Every Avenue) as a permanent member.