Saosin Will Tour, Not Be Orphans This Thanksgiving
Post hardcore rockers Saosin are riding the waves of success, thanks to their new album, 'In Search of Solid Ground.' Though the members are young, the guys in Saosin are already road warriors, often admitting they make albums just to play live. Now, the band is ready to embark on a new tour that will take them through the month of November and right up to Christmas.
"We wanted our first headlining tour of this record to be special," Justin Shekoski of Saosin says excitedly. "We have toured with P.O.S. and Interpartysystem before and have always thought that they were the best at what they do. So many tours now are like watching the same band five times, we wanted to stay away from that, so we concentrated at making it a great well rounded show that everyone can enjoy. It's going to be awesome!"
Saosin's tour will keep them busy much of the holiday season. Like many musicians, holidays are spent alone and on the road. The same can be said for Saosin, but this year the band has special plans for Thanksgiving.
"This year we will be in the Philadelphia area with our drum tech Jared's family. For they last few years we have been orphans on Thanksgiving just because of touring, so I think this one will be great."