Shane Smith & the Saints is a band you should already know. But if ya don't, it's not too late jump on the Saints train. The guys are one of Texas' hottest bands, and this Friday they are back in East Texas.

They've gotten their first taste of radio success with hits including "Dance the Night Away," and "Runaway Train," both off their current album, Geronimo. But these guys are only just gettin' going. Be sure to check out one of the best live bands in Texas this weekend at Love & War in Lindale.

Front man Shane Smith says of the album’s title track:

This song has duel meaning for us. On one end, it is an attempt to pay tribute to the life of Geronimo, the Apache warrior. I’ve always been fascinated by Geronimo and the principles he stood for. I’ve wanted to write a song about him for sometime. This also presented the perfect opportunity to relate the term “Geronimo” with our intentions of this album and the “jumping from a cliff” idea that it symbolizes. If we are going to attempt a career in music, this album is our commitment to give it everything we’ve got, despite all of the odds working against us.