Save Face have released a brand new music video for their song “Folly” from the album of the same name (watch it below). This is their sixth music video from their latest album and was filmed at a New Jersey basement show, which capped off their extensive 2016 touring. Save Face released Folly on July 8th on 12″/CD/Digital via Take This To Heart Records.
Tyler Povanda and Christopher Flannery might not be Jersey’s best dancers, but together, they are certainly one of New Jersey’s best up and coming indie/punk bands today. As Save Face, the duo has toured consistently up and down the east coast or the past few years along with releasing a handful of splits, most notably with My Heart, My Anchor. They now have teamed up with Take This To Heart Records to bring you their latest head bopping EP entitled Folly.
On Folly, Save Face takes their art to the pinnacle of the bands current evolution. Mixing in smart, rollicking leads with intense vocal hooks that demand your attention. Akin to New Jersey scene godfathers Save The Day, Save Face take on personal examination to another level as Povada goes on to say that “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.”
Folly is out now on 12”/CD/Digital via Take This To Heart Records in conjunction with Backpack Records and Open Door Records.