Two Tongues

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Two Tongues
Genres Indie rock, emo, pop punk
Years active 2008–present
Labels Vagrant Records
Associated acts Saves The Day
Say Anything
Members Chris Conley
Max Bemis
Dave Soloway
Coby Linder

Two Tongues is an American indie rock side project/supergroup, consisting of members of Say Anything (Max Bemis and Coby Linder) and Saves The Day (Chris Conley), along with David Soloway, a former guitarist with Saves the Day.[1]


Before forming Two Tongues, Bemis, Conley and Linder had collaborated on a cover version of Bob Dylan's "The Man In Me" for the compilation album Paupers, Peasants, Princes & Kings: The Songs of Bob Dylan, released by Doghouse Records in 2006. Bemis asked Conley about potentially doing an album together; Conley responded positively by saying "I would do it with no one else, nothing could be more epic!"[2]

The resulting album, Two Tongues, was scheduled to be released in summer 2008,[3] but was delayed for unspecified reasons. The album was eventually released on February 3, 2009, through Vagrant Records. The thirteen-track album was self-produced and recorded at Electric Ladybug studios in Durham, California.[4]

Shows and performances[edit]

In fall 2010, Two Tongues made their first performances as a surprise in the middle of Say Anything's set each night of the Motion City Soundtrack, Say Anything and Saves the Day tour. They performed the song "Crawl". Arun Bali (current guitarist of Saves the Day) played guitar, Kenny Vasoli (of The Starting Line and Person L) played bass guitar, Jake Turner (of Say Anything) played guitar, Coby Linder played drums and Conley and Bemis sang.[citation needed]

Conley confirmed that there would be a second Two Tongues album in 2012,[5] however no albums were released.




  1. ^ [1] Archived November 20, 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ [2] Archived November 12, 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Music - New Music News, Reviews, Pictures, and Videos". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 
  4. ^ [3] Archived January 10, 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "Two Tongues, The Early November announce new albums - "Where's the Band?" Tour". YouTube. Retrieved 18 November 2014. 

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