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Editors’ Notes

Say Anything’s fifth studio album, Anarchy, My Dear, is a genuinely angst-ridden release. It's easily the hardest Say Anything has crafted since 2004’s . . .Is a Real Boy. The group's album art even depicts a symbol of a burning flag stitched onto an actual flag. Singer Max Bemis has said that this album is about subverting society and breaking down boundaries. Sure enough, “Burn a Miracle” opens with taut pop-punk that leans a bit harder on the punk. Over guitar leads with late-'90s emo flavors, overdriven bass, and plenty of upstart lyrics, Bemis sings through a distortion filter. His chanting “burn a miracle” cleverly sounds like he’s shouting “burn America.” He namechecks Randy Newman in “Night’s Song,” a reggae-tinged ditty that juxtaposes a lightly bouncing melody with Bemis angrily spitting out his lyrics like a soured beverage.

Customer Reviews


Once again they deliver and amazing album. I can not get enough of these guys!

Self titled mixed with IARB

It's a good return to form for these guys, however I'm sick of the gushy songs resulting from max's marriage... Bring back the brooding and dark tones!

Very good. As expected.

It's exactly what I expected.
(that's a good thing)


Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Say Anything are the pop-punk brainchild of Max Bemis, who founded the band while its initial members were still attending high school in Los Angeles. Although the lineup has since featured a rotating cast of characters, Bemis remains at the band's core, spinning tales of insecurity and frustration with help from longtime drummer Coby Linder. Say Anything made their studio debut with two self-released and self-produced EPs -- Junior Varsity! and Menorah/Majora, the latter being released online --...
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