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Who we'd like to see support blink-182 on tour

Pop-punk legends blink-182 have announced (and almost sold out) a UK tour for summer 2017. And since we love blink-182 (who doesn’t?), and can’t wait for their string of UK shows, we decided to make a list of some of the bands we’d like to see support the trio on their trip across the pond. 509 more words


Random Start: Saves the Day - “Lonely Nights”

I gave up on Saves the Day after Stay What You Are. It’s not like I was a dedicated fan in the first place, kind of just picked up on them because some of my friends in college dug them and then Sick of It Sundays would play some of their more popular tunes. 31 more words

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I Woke Up Like This: Saves the Day - “At Your Funeral”

Not sure how this one got stuck in my head, but it reminds me of free beer at Sick of It Sundays in Orlando.


Two Tongues Two Album Review

With a seven year gap between the release of their first self-titled album and their newest record, fans have been eager to get new music from the devilish duo of Max Bemis and Chris Conley. 468 more words


Photos: Coheed And Cambria, Saves The Day, Polyphia @ Showbox SoDo

Photos by: Matthew Thompson – 

New York-based progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria, who will release their eighth album, The Color Before The Sun, on October 16th, 2015 via 300 Entertainment, which serves as the band’s first non-conceptual album that they’ve released, making it the only Coheed And Cambria album to not be a part of The Amory Wars storyline, performed at the Showbox SoDo in Seattle last night with Princeton, New Jersey-based power pop quartet Saves The Day, who released their self-titled eighth album on September 17th, 2013 via Equal Vision Records, and progressive metal band Polyphia. 486 more words


Our Controversial Priority List of FYF 2016

For twelve years FYF has taken what was once a small gathering at the now Echoplex into a two-day festival, with an eclectic mix of artists whether major or independent, past and present. 1,094 more words