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Fourteen years and seven full lengths later, Saves The Day's Chris Conley is still making the catchy, hook-y stuff that drew in the band's original teenage fans. Conley has grown, from lineup swaps to marriage and children, no longer the seventeen year old kid that started Saves The Day in 1997 (but certainly still feeling like him). Together with current guitarist Arun Bali, Conley spills details on the recording process for Daybreak, the band's latest LP and the third and final in a planned trilogy, as well as the domineering journey he's taken as the front-man of Saves The Day for more than a decade.
|An Interview with Saves The Day|
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