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Say Anything details possible final album, "Oliver Appropriate"

Dine Alone RecordsLast month, Say Anything frontman Max Bemis announced that the band would be saying "goodbye" after releasing one more album. Now, we know when we'll get to hear that final album.

The album, titled Oliver Appropriate, will arrive on January 25. Described as "the first truly inclusive Say Anything record," Oliver Appropriate is a sequel to the band's beloved 2004 album ...Is a Real Boy, which featured the single "Alive with the Glory of Love."

"This record is the story of what would happen to the 'Real Boy' many people thought I was," Bemis says. "His band did well but then fell off hard. He'd be my age, of course, but he'd still be living in Brooklyn, struggling with financial woes, single and strung out."

Say Anything doesn't have any plans to tour behind the new album. Whether or not Oliver Appropriate will officially be the band's final album is still up in the air.

"Say Anything will probably make music again, and I'm not claiming this is our actual last record, but it may be," Bemis explains. "Who knows. That's up to me and my family."

Here's the Oliver Appropriate track list:

"The Band Fuel"
"Pink Snot"
"Ew Jersey"
"When I'm Acid"
"Captive Audience"
"Your Father"
"Send You Off"
"It's a Process"
"The Hardest"

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