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Founded when all the members were still in high school, Say Anything self-released and self-produced their first two EPs -- Junior Varsity! and Menorah/Majora as well as a full-length album, 2003's Baseball. Current members include, Max Bemis, Jake Turner, Parker Case, Jeff Turner, Coby Lin... More

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Founded when all the members were still in high school, Say Anything self-released and self-produced their first two EPs -- Junior Varsity! and Menorah/Majora as well as a full-length album, 2003's Baseball. Current members include, Max Bemis, Jake Turner, Parker Case, Jeff Turner, Coby Linder, and Adam Siska.

Frontman and singer/songwriter Bemis grew tired of the punk genre and revamped the band's sound for ...Is a Real Boy, a self-described punk rock musical released in 2004. Produced by Tim O'Heir (Dinosaur Jr., the All-American Rejects), Bemis played nearly every instrument on the album. Bemis' bipolar disorder proved to be increasingly disruptive, as the singer suffered from a nervous breakdown ultimately leading to Say Anything's cancellation of two tours in 2005. Despite the setback, a national headlining tour followed the … Is a Real Boy reissue, and the single "Alive with the Glory of Love" found radio success.

Momentum continued to build as the band toured into 2007, and they eventually paired with Saves the Day. The effort was successful, with Say Anything releasing a two-disc concept album, In Defense of the Genre, that October as a result. Bemis announced plans to record a new album in early 2008, and the resulting, self-titled record arrived in late 2009, with much bigger topics coming as a result of Bemis’ successful rehabilitation efforts, including God.

In 2010, they left RCA Records, and got a new band member, Adam Siska, after Alex Kent left. The band opened for Angels and Airwaves on the LOVE tour, as well as with Motion City Soundtrack and Saves the Day. They signed with Equal Vision Records in 2011 and started planning their next album’s release, titled Anarchy, My Dear. The album is scheduled for a March 13 release.

Say Anything will kick off a tour for the album on March 14, starting in Austin, TX and continuing throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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