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Saves the Day

Saves The Day have been making energetic, spunky and beautiful pop-punk for the last decade and continue to put out solid album after album. From the fast paced punk of Can't SlowDown to the pop/indie infusion of In Reverie, Saves The Day have continued to redefine their sound and remain to be one of the most energetic faces in music.

Similar Bands: The Get Up Kids, Two Tongues, Lifetime, Say Anything, Hey Mercedes

LPs
9
2018

2.5
35 Votes
Saves the Day
09/17/2013

2.9
114 Votes
Daybreak
2011

3.5
137 Votes
Under the Boards
2007

3.2
177 Votes
Sound the Alarm
2006

3.6
249 Votes
In Reverie
2003

3.7
281 Votes
Stay What You Are
2001

4.2
646 Votes
Through Being Cool
1999

4.1
503 Votes
Can't Slow Down
1998

3.7
214 Votes
EPs
Bug Sessions Volume Two
2008

2.5
1 Votes
Bug Sessions Volume Three
2008

2
1 Votes
Bug Sessions Volume One
2006

3.5
1 Votes
I'm Sorry I'm Leaving
1999

3.9
92 Votes
Compilations
Ups & Downs Early Recordings and B-Sides
2004

3.9
75 Votes

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