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Modern Day Saint rocks an aggressive and volatile brand of indie rock on their full-length debut ...And Tomorrow We Will Have Nothing. They're not doing anything entirely new, yet the Saint sound still manages to sidestep an easy label. It's more explosive than simple indie rock, but too grounded to be spastic art-rock; their delivery is too earnest to be hardcore, but too abrasive to be emo. Whatever it is they're doing, the Modern Day Saint are surely putting every ounce of themselves into it, and that in itself counts for something here. No one can question the sincerity driving the desperate cry of vocalist Daniel Lang-Gunn (whose voice occasionally drifts into a more emo Hot Water Music terrain, though it's not as distinct), while the rest of the guys supplement the guitars and drums with periodic piano, organ and string parts that surprisingly never seem forced or out of place. And even with the keyboards, Saint thankfully never resembles any type of new wave revival group. It's almost refreshing at how unafraid they are to freely implement instruments wherever they want, while never seeming confined to make sure they use them all the time. Despite the variety, however, some moments find the band still apparently searching for what exactly they want to do, as when the frenetic "Singing for Your Supper Ain't as Easy as It Sounds" (with its spiraling guitars, riveting vocal interplay and concluding handclaps) leads jarringly into the stripped-down emo of "On My Stereo" that tiptoes a line near faux-alt country. It almost sounds like they included a much-loved demo from their early days simply because they never got a chance to release it before. Regardless, this album is an unexpectedly enjoyable listen and, overall, a rather promising debut; and besides, how can you really knock a band that sounds so passionate about their music anyways?


Se formó en: 2003 en Massachusetts

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

Combining elements of post-hardcore and rock, the Modern Day Saint first got together in the summer of 2003 in western Massachusetts. Two weeks of selling CDs on the Warped Tour soon earned the guys — vocalist Daniel Lang-Gunn, guitarists Adam DiMuzio and Joe Urban, bassist Chad Jewett, and drummer Matt Dufresne — enough money to record some of their own demos. They laid down three tracks, which became the first half of a split EP with fellow locals Sonny. That split, Tennessee Isn't...
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