Have been thinking about the debut album a lot recently actually and how catchy and good and musically amazing it is and what a shame the lyrics are so vile
I fucking love that saves the day album, it’s so punchy
Must admit I’ve never listened to a note of Saves The Day (that I know of anyway). Must’ve passed me by and then I probably avoided them for their emo sounding name
It’s a good album. Return to form after the shite that was In Reverie
The name is a fair reflection of their sound tbh. Also not fond of how they print merch with their initials on it. Who wants a shirt that says STD?
Haha aww I have a bit of a soft spot for some if In Reverie - this is still a banger at least:
it is a shame but personally think W&T shits all over it
Absolutely love In Reverie m9. Probably one of my top 50 albums.
W & T is nearly perfect
Two Tabs of Mescaline is such a good closer
absolutely LOVE Glassjaw. just such a great band
first time I saw them was at Give it A Name in Sheffield. Sat through some dross just for them, they came out and burs tinto Tip Your Bartender. loads of kids waiting for Billy Talent and 30STM loved baffled
second time was at Leeds Fest to a half empty tent. Did Colouring Book in full
they’re touring with The used now oddly
this is a great interview too
I’ve created a separate Saves the Day thread. Sorry for ruining this one Glassjaw fans!
i’m glad that we could agree on this
Fun fact: The first time I ever heard of the concept of tipping your bartender was via the song Tip Your Bartender. Crazy Americans
I didn’t used to be of that opinion as a Tortured Teen, but very much am now
a lot of my mates at the time were into EYEWTKAS and i just thought it was decent, but when W&T came along i was like fffffuuuuuu i remember a bunch of my mates being disappointed with it. weirdos!
so so good
Didn’t know about this until today. It’s not on Spotify?
yeah, it’s right annoying that. Wasn’t the CD only available on merch stands?
yeah something like that, i just downloaded it as soon as it came out.
always forget that bit at the end of Daytona White that’s from this old Geometry song