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12 musicians share their favorite movie
12 musicians share their favorite movie
Look no further than your favorite bands for movie recommendations this week. We sat down with 12 artists to find out what one flick they can’t live without. From Scream to Die Hard, here’s what they said. Read more: 14 musicians tell us about the first gig they ever played ANTHONY RANERI, BAYSIDE Fiddler On The Roof (1971) MAX BEMIS, SAY ANYTHING Annie Hall (1977) Raneri: “Fiddler On The Roof,
If I Ruled The World: Max Bemis of Say Anything’s “Nothing.” campaign
If I Ruled The World: Max Bemis of Say Anything’s “Nothing.” campaign
In this round of "If I Ruled The World," we prompted Max Bemis of Say Anything to about what will happen when he takes over. Bemis honestly quips, "I could be the face of the guy who definitely shouldn't be ruling the world." He goes on to tell us the simplicity of his campaign slogan and what he would outlaw, although he seems to still be in the dark on his running mate.  ...
“It’s healthy for a band to become slightly less relevant” – Max Bemis on Say Anything’s new album
“It’s healthy for a band to become slightly less relevant” – Max Bemis on Say Anything’s new album
Say Anything’s new album Hebrews covers a variety of topics from fatherhood and self-doubt to finding your religion. But if there’s one theme that prevails it’s growing up, both musically and personally. After more than a decade as the frontman and brainchild of Say Anything, Max Bemis was bound to be bombarded with claims from supposed fans that he’s “lost his touch,” implying that because he’s n
Say Anything stream new song, “Lost My Touch” (ft. Touché Amoré’s Jeremy Bolm)
Say Anything stream new song, “Lost My Touch” (ft. Touché Amoré’s Jeremy Bolm)
Say Anything are streaming a new song, “Lost My Touch,” which features guest vocals from Touché Amoré (who are nominated for Best Album at the APMAs) frontman Jeremy Bolm. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album, Hebrews, which will be released on June 10 via Equal Vision Records. Listen to the song below, and ...
Say Anything announce new album, tour with the Front Bottoms
Say Anything announce new album, tour with the Front Bottoms
Say Anything will release their sixth studio album, Hebrews, on June 10 via Equal Vision Records. The record will be the band’s follow-up to 2012’s Anarchy, My Dear. Max Bemis has already hinted at guest vocals for the album. In addition to the album, the band have announced a new tour, which will find Say Anything united with the Front Bottoms, the So So Glos and You Blew It! for a 36-d ... Read
16 people we think–and hope–will be on the next Say Anything album
16 people we think–and hope–will be on the next Say Anything album
This Sunday, Max Bemis sent Say Anything fans’ brains abuzz when he sent out a string of tweets with the initials of the guest vocalists featured on the band’s upcoming album. Some weren’t too hard to figure out. (If you don't know that SDB is Bemis’ wife, Sherri DuPree-Bemis, then you might want to get out of the game now.) Others were a bit tougher, but ...

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