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The Modern Day Saint


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After one year of complete hiatus The Modern Day Saint is back! What?! You haven’t heard of them?! What’s that? You don’t even know what they sound like?! Well just take the explosiveness of the Bronx mixed with the level headedness of the Foo Fighters which fused together creates songs sometimes as over-orchestrated as The Verve to songs as stripped down and confessional as, quite possibly, Elliot Smith. So now that you know what to expect. Let’s get down to telling the story.

It all happened back in the day, which happened to be a Wednesday in the summer of 2003. This is when five kids came together and decided to form a rock group that could be taken seriously. All the members of The Modern Day Saint had played previously in unknown bands throughout Western Mass whose hometowns all laid adjacent to one another. Being so close and having much in common musically the boys took it as a calling to bond together and become a great band

The first step to becoming a great band is sounding like a great band. Though, at the time TMDS did not have the proper funds to accomplish that. So taking matters into their own hands TMDS focused their attention to selling CDs up and down the east coast at the well known event entitled “Warped Tour”. After about 2 weeks of whoring themselves out, TMDS came up with enough cash to purchase what they need, and also had enough left over to record a 3 song demo which eventually become the first half of a split CD with the now defunct band “Sonny” , released on Boston based label Fork In Hand records.

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