Scotty Saints and the True Believers | Better Days

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Better Days

by Scotty Saints and the True Believers

Punk rock n' roll inspired by 1994.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Not Your Enemy
2:12 $0.99
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2. Break Free
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3. Better Days
2:52 $0.99
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4. Make It Go Away
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5. On the Outside
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Scotty Saints & The True Believers are a hi-octane dynamic indie-rock band from Portland, Maine.  Born out of the ashes of one of the cities' most beloved bands, The Port City Saints, these seasoned veterans set about doing a musical reset, and the results are both hard-hitting and enduring, something seemingly becoming rarer by the day. 
The members of The True Believers cut their teeth sharing the stage with acts such as Agent Orange, Reverend Horton Heat, U.S. Bombs and Anti Flag to name a short few. PCS built a strong and loyal following throughout the Northeast US via their unforgettable live shows, as well as bandleader Scotty Saints fiery vocal delivery and propensity for anthemic songwriting.

In the summer of 2018, Scotty Saints & The True Believers convened at Chillhouse Studios in Boston, MA to record a new EP.  The band enlisted the help of co-producers Will Holland (Pixies, New Pornographers, Blood For Blood) and Will Bradford (SeepeopleS, theWorst).  The band set out to to bring a true reinstatement of the quintessence of power pop and pop punk.

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