Image: The Strive, Live, Mazur PR, Michael MazurKANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Strive is set to join Metro Station and Palaye Royale on this fall's Savior Tour.

The Savior Tour will coincide with the release of the Kansas City-based modern rock band's album Modern Pace, out October 14.

"We are stoked to be touring with Metro Station and Palaye Royale," said bassist Michael Zenk. "I absolutely love looking out into the crowd and seeing people singing our lyrics, moving along to the music and ultimately connecting with the songs that we write. That direct connection with our fans is so incredible. I love feeling like I can make a difference in people's lives by pursuing my passion."

The Strive will be playing music from Modern Pace...and maybe sneaking an older tune or two into the set. Regardless of what they are playing, The Strive promises to deliver a fast-paced, in-your-face, rock show, complete with lots of sweaty selfies.

"We've always been a band that goes all out, whether it's for five people or 500 people," said vocalist Brendan Stevens. "There's a lot of energy to the live show and as the listener, you are part of the show. We try to involve the crowd as much as possible. What we stress is that the only difference between us and the crowd is that we're on a stage."

Having the fortune of having the ability to play shows across the country in front of a diverse fanbase is not lost on The Strive. "Performing for me is an escape," Stevens said. "It's a beautiful release for me. Before I know it, the show's over and I'm talking to kids at our merch table. When I meet our fans and hear their stories, it really puts things into perspective for me. I like knowing that we're helping, we're making some sort of an impact on these kids' lives."

The Strive will join the Savior Tour on October 18. Fans will be able to pick up a copy of the new album Modern Pace at all the shows. The album will also be available via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music and more.

See the Strive live:

Image: The Strive, Mazur PR, Michael Mazur10/10/16 Mon. Bottleneck, Lawrence, KS

10/15/16 Sat. Texas A&M sister school San Antonio, TX

10/18/16 Tue. Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill, Dallas, TX

10/19/16 Wed. Scout Bar, Houston, TX

10/20/16 Thu. The Rev Room, Little Rock, AR

10/21/16 Fri. The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

10/22/16 Sat. The Orpheum, Tampa, FL

10/23/16 Sun. O'Malley's Sports Bar, Margate, FL

10/25/16 Tue. Arizona Pete's, Greensboro, NC

10/26/16 Wed. The Canal Club, Richmond, VA

10/28/16 Fri. Voltage Lounge, Philadelphia, PA

10/29/16 Sat. The Studio at Webster Hall, New York, NY

10/30/16 Sun. Planet Trog, Whitehall, PA

11/1/16 Tue. Webster Underground, Hartford, CT

11/2/16 Wed. Brighton Music Hall, Allston, MA

11/3/16 Thu. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Amityville, NY

11/4/16 Fri. Studio at Waiting Room, Buffalo, NY

11/5/16 Sat. Cattivo, Pittsburgh, PA

11/6/16 Sun. Agora Theatre and Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

11/8/16 Tue. A&R Music Bar, Columbus, OH

11/9/16 Wed. The New Vintage, Louisville, KY

11/10/16 Thu. Subterranean, Chicago, IL

11/11/16 Fri. The Rave, Milwaukee, WI

11/12/16 Sat. Fubar, St. Louis, MO

11/13/16 Sun. Mill City Lights, Minneapolis, MN

11/15/16 Tue. The Pike Room at Crofoot, Pontiac, MI