Sixth album from New Jersey emo heroes Saves The Day, originally released in 2007. According to the band, Under The Boards is the third entry in a trilogy of albums about self-discovery, dealing with “reflection and remorse,” preceded by Sound The Alarm (“an expression of discontent”) and followed by 2011’s Daybreak (“acceptance”). The album is woven through with dark undertones, and singer Chris Conley likened it to The Empire Strikes Back and called it “the most honest and therapeutic music I've ever made. It was also written during the hardest time in my life.” Includes “Can’t Stay The Same,” “Get Fucked Up,” “Woe,” “Radio” and more. 180g black vinyl pressing released in celebration of 20 years of Vagrant Records.
- 180g vinyl pressing
- includes printed insert
- limited edition
- music label: Vagrant Records 2018
reviewed by satin struthers 10/2018
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