Say Hi performing at The Crocodile in Seattle
|Also known as||Say Hi to Your Mom|
Say Hi (previously know as Say Hi to Your Mom)is a Seattle-based indie rock band. Formed by Eric Elbogen in Brooklyn 2002, Say Hi's albums are mostly recorded at Elbogen's home, with him playing all of the instruments and providing vocals.
He plays a Fender Jazzmaster guitar.
On tour, friends accompany Elbogen as his backing band.
Their fourth release, Impeccable Blahs, was written almost entirely about vampires, though Star Trek is also mentioned. The song "Angels and Darlas" is a reference to Angel and Darla from the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spinoff Angel both created by Joss Whedon.
With the release of their fifth album The Wishes and the Glitch, the band shortened their name to "Say Hi". This was done because the earlier name reflected an aesthetic that no longer matched the band's tastes.
Elbogen's lyrics are noted as being one of the band's strengths.
Say Hi's song, "One, Two...One" from Oohs & Aahs is featured in the 2010 Cadillac CTS sports sedan commercial.
Say Hi's song, "November Was White, December was Grey" from Oohs & Aahs is featured during the credits of the third episode on the Showtime show, "Shameless", which aired in January 2011.
Their song "Devils" is featured in the 2011 film, Scream 4.
- Discosadness (2002)
- Numbers & Mumbles (2004)
- Ferocious Mopes (2005)
- Impeccable Blahs (2006)
- The Wishes and the Glitch (2008)
- Oohs & Aahs (2009)
- Um, Uh Oh (2011)
- Devils (2010)
- Howe, Brian (August 10, 2006), "Review", Pitchfork Media
- Grose, Jessica (June 8, 2005), "Say Hi To Your Mom", Spin, retrieved November 24, 2007
- Booth, Philip (May 18, 2006), "The lineup for Tropical Heatwave 25", St. Petersburg Times, retrieved November 24, 2007
- Jimenez, Jenny (March 3, 2009), "Wizard of Blahs", The Stranger, retrieved April 14, 2009
- Sanneh, Kelefa (July 31, 2006), "Critics' Choice: New CD's", New York Times
- Vermes, Krystle (October 30, 2007), "Say Hi (To Your Mom): From Blahs to Wishes in 2008", Suffolk Voice
- [ Official website FAQ]
- Blake, Embo, "Review", Hybrid Magazine
- Band Website
- Interview with Eric at Aural States
- Interview with Eric @ SomethingGlorious.com
- Soundcrank Podcast Hosted by Say Hi To Your Mom
- Interview with Say Hi at Battle of the Midwestern Housewives
- Interview with Say Hi in Slush Pile Magazine
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