Say Anything/Saves the Day Side Project to Debut Summer '08

May 8, 2008 1:41 PM ET

Saves the Day frontman Chris Conley says Two Tongues, his side project with Saves the Day guitarist Dave Soloway and Say Anything's Max Bemis and Coby Linder, is going to have its premiere this summer. "We're going to try to get a record deal sometime soon," he tells Rock Daily. "But we want to have the album at least streaming online this summer." Conley also reveals the quartet is planning to tour this fall.

The supergroup finds Conley and Bemis splitting vocal and guitar duties with Soloway on bass and Linder on drums, and reunites Bemis with one of his idols (check out his Saves the Day tattoo here) a year after the bands toured together in the States. "We're great friends," Conley says, adding his new collaboration won't stop his original band from working on a new album. Instead, Saves the Day will also be working on its eighth studio LP this summer with a release scheduled for late 2008 or early 2009. "We'll always be busy," he says.

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