Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear on Colored LP
Say Anything has been making odd, unclassifiable indie rock music since they were 14
or 15 years old, playing strangely literate and loud rock, characterized by what one
might imagine if Larry David fronted a Fugazi cover band with the members of Queen.
Not that that's a stretch or anything.
Having been birthed from the indie/punk boom of the early twenty-first century, Say
Anything rose to prominence with their (oddly) popular record …Is a Real Boy and
somehow broke the "pretty boy punk" mold by establishing a career that thrived
somewhere between music your pretentious college student of an older brother would
like and the loud crap that your little brother uses to annoy him with. Say Anything
followed that record up with the equally eclectic and lengthy, In Defense of the Genre
and their exceedingly bratty in a good way self-titled LP. Say Anything will
release their highly anticipated fourth studio album, Anarchy, My Dear via Equal Vision Records.
After ending a long relationship with the large corporation who put out their records
for many years, Say Anything has signed with the aforementioned amazing and
independent label, Equal Vision Records, who actually want the band to play
whatever they want to play and have it be as neurotic and strange as they want it to be.
Say Anything recorded Anarchy, My Dear in August of 2011 with Tim O'Heir who also produced their debut.
Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear Track Listing:
1. Burn A Miracle
2. Say Anything
3. Night's Song
4. Admit It Again
5. So Good
7. Peace Out
9. Of Steel
10. Anarchy, My Dear
11. The Stephen Hawking