Say Anything + Saves The Day = Two Tongues

Say Anything's Max Bemis and Coby Linder have teamed with Saves The Day's Chris Conley and David Soloway in the new band Two Tongues, which will release its self-titled debut Feb. 3 via Vagrant.

Say Anything's Max Bemis and Coby Linder have teamed with Saves The Day's Chris Conley and David Soloway in the new band Two Tongues, which will release its self-titled debut Feb. 3 via Vagrant.

The 13-track project was self-produced and recorded in late 2007 in Northern California. One song, "Crawl," is available for streaming from Two Tongues' MySpace site.

"The Two Tongues record is really an expression of the yin and yang; how two 'opposite' souls stimulate and battle each other in any truly loving relationship," Bemis says. Adds Conley, "During a dark period in my life, Max's music lifted my heart, and for that I am forever in his debt."

Say Anything is off the road until late February, when it begins a five-show run in Australia as part of the Soundwave Festival. Saves The Day is working on its next album, "Daybreak," due next year.