Say Anything Stream “Lost My Touch” Featuring Touché Amoré’s Jeremy Bolm

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The excitement and anticipation for Say Anything‘s new album continues this afternoon with the premiere of a song titled “Lost My Touch.”

Featuring Touché Amoré’s Jeremy Bolm, “Lost My Touch” is the fourth song to surface off Hebrews. The song also happens to be the softest and most sentimental offering we have heard, with Bemis and Bolm delivering their signature voices against piano accompaniment for the majority of the track’s runtime. You can stream the song, in full, at the end of this post.

Say Anything have never been a group to keep their lips sealed, and here once again we’re given deprecating lyricism with glimpses of Bemis’ skewed world perspective slipping in between lines about life, struggle, growing old, and being passed over. Bolm’s contribution at the end of the track further emphasizes these points with wails so harsh they may make your own throat tighten when heard. I’m not sure this is the best song off Hebrews, but it’s definitely one of the best songs released by anyone this month.

Hebrews arrives in stores June 10 via Equal Vision Records.

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