Say Anything premiere new music video for “Say Anything”
Say Anything has premiered a new video for their “atypically romantic number” (Rolling Stone), “Say Anything,” with mtvU. Directed by Darren King (MUTEMATH), the captivating video is made up of a series of still photographs that took four days to shoot in Tyler, TX. Filled with whimsical colors and imaginative scenarios, the video features a monster made out of a drum set, synchronized dancing, a human pyramid, many tacos, and a cameo by Sherri DuPree-Bemis (Eisley). Frontman Max Bemis shares that he’s “never have had so much fun or put so much work into making a video. Really, very, extremely proud of this one. Darren is a genius.” “Say Anything” can be heard on the band’s recent release and fourth studio LP, Anarchy, My Dear (Equal Vision Records), which was produced by Tim O’Heir (Sebadoh, Superdrag).