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About Saosin

Orange County's Saosin is one of the new crop of Warped Tour-ready bands such as Fall Out Boy and Matchbook Romance that play modern emo with strong harmonies and semi-heavy guitars. Signed to Capitol Records, their propulsive guitar riffs give way to screaming at the chorus, with the occasional blast-beat drum fill. Saosin, and their contemporaries, appear to be the logical conclusion of whatever it was that At The Drive-In started back in the early 2000s.

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Listen toSaosinon Rhapsody

Orange County's Saosin is one of the new crop of Warped Tour-ready bands such as Fall Out Boy and Matchbook Romance that play modern emo with strong harmonies and semi-heavy guitars. Signed to Capitol Records, their propulsive guitar riffs give way to screaming at the chorus, with the occasional blast-beat drum fill. Saosin, and their contemporaries, appear to be the logical conclusion of whatever it was that At The Drive-In started back in the early 2000s.

About Saosin

Orange County's Saosin is one of the new crop of Warped Tour-ready bands such as Fall Out Boy and Matchbook Romance that play modern emo with strong harmonies and semi-heavy guitars. Signed to Capitol Records, their propulsive guitar riffs give way to screaming at the chorus, with the occasional blast-beat drum fill. Saosin, and their contemporaries, appear to be the logical conclusion of whatever it was that At The Drive-In started back in the early 2000s.

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About Saosin

Orange County's Saosin is one of the new crop of Warped Tour-ready bands such as Fall Out Boy and Matchbook Romance that play modern emo with strong harmonies and semi-heavy guitars. Signed to Capitol Records, their propulsive guitar riffs give way to screaming at the chorus, with the occasional blast-beat drum fill. Saosin, and their contemporaries, appear to be the logical conclusion of whatever it was that At The Drive-In started back in the early 2000s.

Featured on Rhapsody

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Top Picks

Best New Rock