Combining components of post-hardcore and rock and roll, the Modern Day time Saint first met up in the summertime of 2003 in traditional western Massachusetts. Fourteen days of offering CDs around the Warped Tour quickly earned the people — vocalist Daniel Lang-Gunn, guitarists Adam DiMuzio and Joe Urban, bassist Chad Jewett, and drummer Matt Dufresne — plenty of cash to record a few of their very own demos. They laid down three songs, which became the very first half a break up EP with fellow local people Sonny. That break up, Tennessee Isn’t TOO MUCH Away, was released on Boston-based Fork at hand, as well as the Saint toured the united states 3 x over in support; the EP ultimately marketed over 5,000 copies predicated on live product sales alone. With the amount of money produced touring, the people hit the studio room to record their debut full-length, …And Tomorrow We COULD HAVE Nothing at all, in early 2004. Hopping back again on the highway after its conclusion, they completed a two-month summertime tour before Jewett and Dufresne exited. Regardless of the setback, the rest of the members pressed on with substitutes. However, on-stage throughout a gig on November 19, 2004, Lang-Gunn collapsed from a cardiac arrhythmia. Struggling anoxic brain harm, the 19-year-old was accepted to some medical rehab service for intensive physical, occupational, and talk therapy to recuperate from his damage. Devastated, all of those other group made a decision to contact it quits. A season later, nevertheless, Urban and DiMuzio made a decision they owed it with their friend to complete what that they had started jointly. Regrouping, the duo was curved out by bassist Chris Simpson and drummer Ali Vahadji, with vocals getting bought out by DiMuzio. THE PRESENT DAY Day Saint installed with Eyeball Information, who finally released Tomorrow in August 2006, some from the proceeds likely to Lang-Gunn’s family.