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Saves the Day

Emo/pop-punk legends Senses Fail and Saves The Day are teaming up for the ultimate rock showdown: the New Jersey Vs. The World Tour!

Saves the Day

Emo/pop-punk legends Senses Fail and Saves The Day are teaming up for the ultimate rock showdown: the New Jersey Vs. The World Tour!

Why see Saves the Day?

The New Jersey vs. the World Tour

Emo/pop-punk legends Senses Fail and Saves The Day are teaming up for the ultimate rock showdown: the New Jersey Vs. The World Tour! Senses Fail will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their groundbreaking album "Let It Enfold You.", which includes hits like "Buried a Lie" and "Rum Is for Drinking, Not for Burning,". Joining them, Saves The Day, pioneers of the emo movement, will mark the 25th anniversary of their seminal album "Through Being Cool." 

In this co-headline tour, both bands will be performing these classic albums in their entirety! 


About Senses Fail

Influenced by bands like Jimmy Eat World, The Get Up Kids, Saves the Day, Thursday, and Deftones, Senses Fail was founded by Buddy Nielsen, Dan Trapp, Garrett Zablocki, Dave Miller, and James Gill. Their music includes post-hardcore, emo, screamo, metalcore, pop punk, hardcore punk, and punk rock, and their name was inspired by a Hindu belief about detachment and achieving Nirvana. They debuted with Let It Enfold You in 2004, produced by Steve Evetts. Influenced by Charles Bukowski, Joseph Campbell, and the Dao De Jing, the album featured singles like "Buried a Lie" and "Rum Is for Drinking, Not for Burning." It was certified gold and sold over 600,000 copies. 

To date they have released eight studio albums, including their most recent 2022 album Hell Is In Your Head. 

About Saves The Day

Formed in 1997 in Princeton, New Jersey, Saves the Day currently features Chris Conley (vocals/guitar), Arun Bali (guitar), Rodrigo Palma (bass), and Claudio Rivera (drums). Initially named Sefler in 1994, they released their debut album Can't Slow Down in 1998 through Equal Vision Records. Through Being Cool (1999) included their first single, "Shoulder to the Wheel." They gained mainstream success with Stay What You Are (2001), which featured MTV2 hits "At Your Funeral" and "Freakish," selling 200,000 copies. Their fourth album, In Reverie (2003), was released under DreamWorks Records but saw limited support due to the label's collapse.

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Dec 6

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