You can stream the first new song from Say Anything's new LP, Hebrews, in the replies (via Billboard). The song is called "Six Six Six," it features Andy Hull, and there's a pretty cool article/interview with Max Bemis at that link. New details about Hebrews, which drops June 10 via Equal Vision (tour dates here), include the tracklisting (in the replies), which has 16 guest vocalists like Tom Delonge, Chris Conley, Keith Buckley and more, and the fact that there are no guitars on the record.
"This has easily been the most gratifying and fun making a record has ever been," Bemis tells Billboard. "The sort of theatrical bent of the music is something that's always been a part of Say Anything since our first official record, but I think when you take that kind of music and play it on stringed instruments and various keyboards and harp and fiddle and stuff like that, it makes it sound more like a musical or classical music or something. It still sounds like punk or indie rock, but I think that the arrangements lend themselves to something even more dramatic."
1. "John McClane" featuring Chris Conley and Matt Pryor
2. "Six Six Six" featuring Sherri DuPree-Bemis, Andy Hull and Jon Simmons
3. "Judas Decapitation" featuring Gareth and Kim Campesinos
4. "Kall Me Kubrick" featuring Chauntelle DuPree-D'Agostino
5. "My Greatest Fear Is Splendid" featuring Keith Buckley
6. "Hebrews" featuring Brian Sella
7. "Push" featuring Aaron Weiss
8. "The Shape of Love to Come" featuring Sherri DuPree-Bemis
9. "Boyd" featuring Sherri DuPree-Bemis
10. "A Look" featuring Stacy King and Bob Nanna
11. "Lost My Touch" featuring Christie DuPree and Jeremy Bolm
12. "Nibble Nibble" featuring Tom DeLonge and Sherri DuPree-Bemis
I'll say this, it's better than anything on AMD. I like this whole theatrical sound he's talking about, the strings sound nice. Andy kills it as usual though I don't like the effect on his voice.
Also of interesting note: Seems like there's only 12 songs according to that article and the vocalists who signed their initials also contributed lyrics/ideas. Stoked for Tom Delonge, Aaron Weiss, and Matt Pryors songs.