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Under The Boards by Saves the Day

Album

Under The Boards

Saves the Day

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Album

Under The Boards

Saves the Day

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Label: VAGRANT
STD's last album, Sound the Alarm, was an emotional, hate-fueled letter from singer Chris Conley, the first of a trilogy about the three stages of his anger management: discontent, remorse and acceptance. On this second installment, the loathing subsides, feelings of regret begin to set in and the fury of STD's pop-punk slows to a heavy simmer. "Radio" is a song about acceptance and sees the Jersey band's edge getting a polish, while the piano-led rock of "Lonely Nights" hints at Paul McCartney. Under the Boards is the sound of young punks growing up and forgiving.

About This Album

STD's last album, Sound the Alarm, was an emotional, hate-fueled letter from singer Chris Conley, the first of a trilogy about the three stages of his anger management: discontent, remorse and acceptance. On this second installment, the loathing subsides, feelings of regret begin to set in and the fury of STD's pop-punk slows to a heavy simmer. "Radio" is a song about acceptance and sees the Jersey band's edge getting a polish, while the piano-led rock of "Lonely Nights" hints at Paul McCartney. Under the Boards is the sound of young punks growing up and forgiving.

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About This Album

STD's last album, Sound the Alarm, was an emotional, hate-fueled letter from singer Chris Conley, the first of a trilogy about the three stages of his anger management: discontent, remorse and acceptance. On this second installment, the loathing subsides, feelings of regret begin to set in and the fury of STD's pop-punk slows to a heavy simmer. "Radio" is a song about acceptance and sees the Jersey band's edge getting a polish, while the piano-led rock of "Lonely Nights" hints at Paul McCartney. Under the Boards is the sound of young punks growing up and forgiving.