It was only a matter of time, but husband and wife duo of Say Anything’s Max Bemis and Eisley’s Sherri DuPree-Bemis have finally released music together under the band name Perma. You can listen to their song, “Two of a Crime,” below. They will release the full-length album of the same name on Oct. 29. Says DuPree-Bemis:

We’re both hopeless romantics, so getting to just have free reign on that topic and being able to let loose and even sometimes get a little silly about it was so natural and very true to who we are as a couple. We have a lot of fun together but also have a very deeply passionate love and I think this album captures both sides of that story.

Sherri had been performing a song with Say Anything on the band’s latest tour supporting their rarities and b-sides album. Eisley was opening for Say Anything on the tour.

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