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SAY ANYTHING RELEASES FIRST TRACK OFF OF ANARCHY, MY DEAR - “BURN A MIRACLE”
OFFERS EXCLUSIVE SONG STREAM ON SPIN.COM AND PREMIERES “BURN A MIRACLE” LYRIC VIDEO
Say Anything has teamed up with SPIN.COM this week, for the exclusive premiere of “Burn A Miracle” - the first track released off of their forthcoming full-length album, Anarchy, My Dear. This will be the band’s fourth studio album and first release on Equal Vision records.
"Burn A Miracle" is now available for purchase through online retailers such as iTunes and Amazon.com. Today, Say Anything also revealed a new lyric video for “Burn A Miracle” that was created by Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter and can be found HERE.
‘“Burn a Miracle” was written as a call to arms of sorts, to rally those who would destroy the boundaries that others and themselves placed on their lives,” explains Say Anything frontman Max Bemis. “It was the first song I wrote for the record and sums up the whole LP in certain respects. The song pretty much declares war on fascism on all ends of the social spectrum, from fat cats to faux bohemians. I cannot wait to hear it screamed back at me when we head out on tour, as playing it live was one of the main things I had in mind when I wrote it.”
Bemis recently wrapped up a solo headlining tour with his wife and Eisley vocalist/guitarist Sherri DuPree-Bemis. Say Anything will head out on a full band, headlining run in Spring 2012.
Anarchy, My Dear was recorded in Brooklyn, NY with …Is A Real Boy producer Tim O’Heir [All-American Rejects, Say Anything] and will be released in March 2012 through Equal Vision Records. A video of Bemis offering further insight behind the album’s title can be found on sayanythingmusic.com.
Say Anything is comprised of Bemis, drummer Coby Linder, guitarists Jake and Jeff Turner, keyboardist Parker Case, and bassist Adam Siska. The band rose to prominence with their 2004 studio album debut …Is a Real Boy and went on to release the equally eclectic and energetic, In Defense of the Genre (2007) and their self-titled LP (2009).
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