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Saydiemichelle has a unique sound, derived from heavy punk and emo influences.

The band got its start in early 2008 when Savannah Johnston, Emerson Baxter and Joseph Krief decided to pickup the pieces from their previous band Famous Last Words. Having been on hiatus from music for over a year, the three regrouped and decided to start fresh, with a new singer, drummer and most importantly, a new, more polished sound.

After months of searching for the missing pieces, they finally found two musicians that felt right. Matt Klopot took over behind the drums, and Dan Manina took center stage on vocal duties. Saydiemichelle was complete.

Saydiemichelle has quickly come together to create its own sound and identity. Each member of the band brings the experience of previous projects of various genres to the table. From the catchy melodies of indie to the gut punching energy of metal, the fusing of their musical backgrounds provides a unique listening experience.

The band places no limits on what they create. “Although I love to scream out my frustration,” says front man Manina, “I also feel that I can connect with the crowd using quiet melodies and soft rhythms.” The band also prides itself with its energetic live show. Each performance is a unique experience, and the band feels privileged to play their music live. With this in mind, they emphasize the emotionally charged lyrics with an entertaining experience so the audience feels compelled to watch, without knowing any of the songs. “When I’m up there on stage,” bassist, Krief says, “all of my energy is at 120% and I can’t help but try to transfer that energy to the crowd”

Saydiemichelle is always looking towards the future for bigger and better things. The band is constantly writing new songs and tightening up and tuning its current set list. The group is looking forward to recording its first full EP, “Right this in blood” being released free from the band’s website in the spring of 2009. They are gearing up to play shows throughout Ontario and are gaining new fans with every live performance.