[pullquote quote="I want you to bring me back to life." credit="Chris Conley, Saves The Day"]Good things come in threes, right? For [lastfm]Saves The Day[/lastfm] that’s true in more ways than one. The band’s latest album Daybreak, out this week, is the third in a trilogy of albums conceived by frontman Chris Conley. Click through now for a full stream of Daybreak, and stay tuned to Street Date for much more from Saves The Day including a very special Master Class music lesson with Chris & Arun, coming your way later this month.
The album cycle that began in 2006 with Sound The Alarm and continued with 2007’s Under The Boards documented Conley’s internal struggle with feelings of negativity and frustration. Daybreak, by contrast, chronicles Conley’s real-life experience of finding peace with those inner demons. On songs like “1984” and “Let It All Go” you can hear the theme of “acceptance” begin to take hold in Conley’s thinking. To Conely, acceptance means acknowledging that some things in the world suck, may always suck, and we must carry on and live with positivity in spite of those things.
Check out the video for another big single from Daybreak, this is “Deranged & Desperate,” enjoy:
This is the full track listing for Daybreak:
6. Deranged & Desperate
8. Living Without Love
11. Undress Me
Daybreak, the new album from [lastfm]Saves The Day[/lastfm] is available now at Amazon and iTunes.
Keep your eyes glued to Street Date for two upcoming events featuring [lastfm]Saves The Day[/lastfm]. The first up will be a Master Class music lesson taught by Chris Conely and Arun Bali. After that tune in for an exclusive live studio performance by Conely and Bali an an intimate interview where Conely reveals behind-the-scenes stories from the recording of Daybreak.
[lastfm]Saves The Day[/lastfm] is touring with [lastfm]Bayside[/lastfm] this fall – check out their tour page for cities and ticket info.