Over the past two years, New Jersey Rock band Save Face has been all over the map - literally. They seem to have some sort of disease where the only treatment to is be on the road playing shows every day, as evidenced by their incredibly ambitious tour schedule; embarking on two Full US tours just six short months apart from one another. While they’ve been all over the place geographically, sonically they’ve been more centralized and focused than ever as they hone in tremendously on their distinct sound.
On Folly, Save Face takes their art to the pinnacle of the bands current evolution by mixing in smart, ripping leads with intense vocal hooks that demand your attention. Akin to New Jersey scene godfathers Save The Day, Save Face takes on personal examination to another level, as singer Tyler Povanda explains “Folly is meant to personify the way in which we derive our self-worth from anything but one’s self. These songs are an examination of a breakdown in communication, both internally and externally.”