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) is the lead singer, primary composer and primary lyricist of the band Say Anything.He also sings alongside Chris Conley in the supergroup Two Tongues (which features band members from Say Anything and Saves the Day), plays alongside his wife Sherri Dupree-Bemis under the name Perma, and is a comic book writer, chiefly for Marvel Comics."In order to supplicate that, I would have had to keep writing really nice, sweet songs about Sherri, which is great ...but I didn't think necessarily every Say Anything record should be that from now on."The timing, Bemis says, was perfect for Perma, the married couple's side project that released its first album, "Two of a Crime," in October.The album, called Anarchy, My Dear, was released March 13, 2012, which was followed up with their headlining spring tour. On June 10, 2014 Say Anything released the album Hebrews through Equal Vision Records.Their first single from that album is "Burn a Miracle". On January 22, 2013 Say Anything released a collection of older songs and b-sides called All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities consisting of all of the material recorded by Say Anything prior to the release of ... On February 5, 2016 Say Anything released their new album I Don't Think It Is without any prior announcement besides several teaser posts the day before.Equal Vision are just dudes like me, and they're much more focused on the music itself being good than 'Is there a hit single?
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The group consisted of Bemis and Conley sharing the lead vocals and guitar duties, Soloway on bass and Linder on drums.
Thirteen songs were recorded in Electric Ladybug Studio, Conley's home studio in Chico, California.
Bemis, Conley, and Linder had previously collaborated on a cover song of Bob Dylan's "The Man In Me" for the compilation album Paupers, Peasants, Princes & Kings: The Songs of Bob Dylan released by Doghouse Records in 2006.
On November 7, 2008, a release date of February 3, 2009, was announced for the self-produced, self-titled, thirteen-track collaboration on Vagrant Records.