Saves The Day are excited to announce a handful of their own small headline shows around the tour with Yellowcard. The shows in November/December follow their one off and rapturous return to London earlier in the year but will be the bands first full tour this side of the Atlantic ocean in 7 years.
Forerunners of the US indie rock scene since their inception in 1997, Saves The Day are one of the few that have survived the test of time and a genre that they defined -to be able to continue to release great records 14 years on. Daybreak is out now via Razor & Tie.
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