This Day & Age was a Buffalo, NY-based band whose music focuses on complimenting melodies with memorable guitar lines, well-placed piano and a rhythm section that ties it all together. Each song tackles relevant topics and is a well-crafted, sincere story that envelopes the listener. The band's live show has become famous for being well-rehearsed and energetic.
After forming in 2001, the band's incessant dedication to both the stage, the road, and the writing process earned them the attention of Orlando-based One Eleven Records. Signing with the label in 2002, the band immediately got to work on its freshman release "Start Over On Monday".
After condensing the introspective, yet pop sensible nature of their music into thirteen watertight tracks, "Always Leave the Ground" was born. After more than a year and a half on tour in support of their debut, and heading overseas to Japan, This Day & Age then released their highly anticipated follow up record, "The Bell & the Hammer."
As of October 24th, 2006, This Day & Age is on an indefinite leave of absence due to Jeff leaving the band. The remaining members are now a band called The Reign of Kindo.
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