Say Anything Release “Six Six Six” Music Video

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There is a scene in Footloose where Kevin Bacon travels to an abandoned factory on the outskirts of his small town and proceeds to ‘practice’ one of the most intricate dance sequences ever projected onto the silver screen. He did not have a microphone in his hand at the time, but if he had – and if he were just a bit more angsty – I would think Max Bemis used his performance to plan the official video for Say Anything‘s “Six Six Six.”

Released today, the video for “Six Six Six” finds Bemis performing in a rundown factory, as well as growing tired with the self-absorbed assholes on his television screen (who also appear to be played by Bemis). Viewers are also given a chance to see Bemis’ daughter, Lucy, spending time with her father while he watches the aforementioned assholes on TV. There’s even a bit of murder thrown into the mix, but that mystery will not be spoiled here. You can view the video below:

“Six Six Six” is one of our favorite tracks off the Say Anything album titled Hebrews, which hit stores earlier this summer. If you like what you hear, click here and pick up the record today!

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