The fourth record from this Brooklyn band "...recalls the futuristic feeling of Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie...that intellectual battle with impending modernity and the feeling of alienation from real humanity explored by Grandaddy and Radiohead...Eno-esque with eerie, fantastical motifs" - Spin. Their brand of quirky indie-pop on previous efforts has garnered critical acclaim and chart topping radio play (#26 on CMJ's Top 200), landed them TV spots on MTV and CBS, and earned them live slots with the likes of American Analog Set, Mates Of State, The Wrens, John Vanderslice, and Headphones, as well as a full tour as main support for Nada Surf. This new record is their first for The Rebel Group. "Cheeky, fuzzy electro-pop" - LA Times. "A delightfully fractured fairytale of Williamsburgian proportions" - Time Out NY. "On a homemade PC, Say Hi assembles slow, statuesque indie rock with analog synthscapes, overlapping distorted guitars and lots of low-end" - Pitchfork.