Say Anything to bring anarchy to the House of Blues

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Say Anything have unveiled plans for a spring tour in support of their forthcoming album Anarchy, My Dear. The punk rockers will hit Massachusetts for a show at Boston’s House of Blues on Saturday, April 14. Tickets for the show are now on sale through Live Nation for $28. Kevin Devine & the Goddamn Band and Fake Problems will also perform.

Anarchy, My Dear, Say Anything’s fourth studio album and their first through Equal Vision Records, will hit stores on March 13. It features singles “Burn A Miracle” and “Say Anything”. The music video for the latter was shot last month in Texas. Directed by Mutemath’s Darren King, it will be released later this month.

Frontman Max Bemis’ first move after signing with the label last year was to reconnect with producer Tim O’Heir (All-American Rejects, Superdrag). “Once we found our label, we knew there was only one producer who could bring the kind of ambitious, freethinking, over-the-top approach to the recording process that we were looking for,” explained Bemis in a press release.

The record serves to articulate Bemis’ fondness for the concept of anarchy. “Anarchy, My Dear is our first attempt to write a true ‘punk’ record; thematically speaking, it’s a collection of songs about subverting society and destroying the boundaries humankind has placed upon ourselves both physically and in our minds,” said Bemis. “Coincidentally, it also happens to be the first record we’ve made in years where we had the total freedom to explore our ‘edgier’ side and present a raw picture of what the band is truly about onstage.”

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