Members of Say Anything and Modern Baseball performed the national anthem at a minor-league baseball home game for the Boise Hawks (they're a farm team for the Colorado Rockies). There's a video in the replies.
Last week I had the chance to see Say Anything perform alongside a string quartet. It was an intimate Sunday night performance at Philadelphia's Electric Factory with a solid line-up of support: Modern Baseball, Cymbals Eat Guitars, andHard Girls. Check out a write-up and some photos in the replies!
01 - Fed To Death
02 - Do Better
03 - Woe
04 - Every Man Has A Molly
05 - Baby Girl (I'm A Blur)
06 - Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too
07 - Walk Through Hell
08 - Hangover Song
09 - The Church Channel
10 - Alive With the Glory of Love
Say Anything City Pride Contest: Share your cityís image this week and the winning city will get a personalized song written by Max! The song will be available as a free download, there will be an exclusive tee design available only at your cityís show and Max will perform the song that night!
Say Anything's acoustic version of "Belt" was one of the first exclusive downloads we ever had on this website -- over a decade ago now -- oh ECA Records, how I remember thee. It's going to be making its remastered appearance on the Doghouse Records' boxset release and you can stream it in the replies if you've never heard it before.
Say Anything frontman, Max Bemis, was caught on video puking on stage last night ... by TMZ. Weird.
Lead singer Max Bemis was towards the end of the set at the House of Blues in West Hollywood when he projectile vomited without warning. It's unclear why ... but there was alcohol on stage so it ain't that hard to read between the lines.
Max Bemis of Say Anything participated in Noisey's 'Rank Your Records,' naming ...Is A Real Boy his favorite and Anarchy, My Dear his least favorite.
I sacrificed so muchóquite the few emotions, body parts. And I can hear that and itís uncomfortable. That being said, I think itís number one is because I donít think when people say they like it, that itís just nostalgia. I think thereís a part of it thatís nostalgia, which is cool, because I have that for all my favorite records. But for me, Iím a 30-year-old, average, semi-hipster. Literally, Iím probably the Noisey target demographic. But my favorite record of all time is Saves The Dayís Through Being Cool. And I refuse, no matter what...