"Say Nothing" is a song by British singer Example, from his fourth studio album The Evolution of Man. It was released as the album's lead single on 16 September 2012 in the United Kingdom. The song was written by Example, Johnny McDaid, and Dirty South, and it was produced by Dirty South with additional production by Moám. The song features guitar work by Graham Coxon.
On 30 July 2012, Example revealed the single artwork via Twitter  and confirmed via a comment on Facebook that it features a photo of his younger self, around two years old  layered over a photo he took in Austria on an aeroplane. In an interview, he revealed that the original photo won a 'Good Looking Baby' contest in his local paper, and he wanted the single artwork to be different from the popular 'boring' artwork, and just wanted it to look 'cool'.
The single has received mixed reviews. It was criticised for the double negative 'don't speak no more' by Popjustice, but generally getting good reception. Capital FM received many positive tweets from listeners after the world premiere  and 4Music expressed their love for it, saying it was 'definitely worth the wait' with a 'humongous guitar riff and big stadium chorus'. Digital Spy rated it four stars, calling it "an electronic anthem that's ready to take over the airwaves" and commenting that it "maintains a sense of depth, proving that despite his questionable celebrity jibes his talent still comes out on top".