You can watch the video below.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 10:28 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
For the tour Simple Plan will be playing the entire “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” album as well as an extended setlist. Florida pop-punks Set It Off and Canadian pop-punks Seaway will be supporting Simple Plan for the entire tour.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 5:35 PM (PST) by milhouse
“Life Afraid” is the band’s first music video from the new album to be released, and you can have a look below.
“Upside Down” serves as follow-up to the band’s 2014 album “Duality”.
“Life Afraid” is taken from Set It Off’s upcoming album Upside Down, which will be released on October 7th, 2016 through Equal Vision Records, and will serve as the follow-up to 2014’s Duality.
Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 12:15 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
“Duality” is the title track from Set It Off’s latest album, which was released in October 2014 through Equal Vision Records.
Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 3:55 PM (PST) by Midwest Punk
The video was mostly filmed on the band’s run of dates with Vans Warped Tour over this past summer. The song is off the band’s latest album, Duality, which came out in October 2014 via Equal Vision Records.
Friday, October 30, 2015 at 4:09 PM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Florida pop-punks Set It Off are coming to a city near you with the Aussie pop-punk band Tonight Alive, and you can find all the dates and places in the tour poster below. The Fight for Something Tour will also feature support from The Ready Set and SayWeCanFly. You can pick up tickets here.
Set It Off’s latest album, Duality, was released in October 2014 through Equal Vision Records. They are also working on new material for a new full-length album.
Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 12:45 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
“Wild Wild World” is taken from Set It Off’s latest album Duality, which was released in October 2014 through Equal Vision Records.
Monday, July 6, 2015 at 7:10 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
“Forever Stuck in Our Youth” is taken from Set It Off’s latest album Duality, which was released last October through Equal Vision Records.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 10:43 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Set It Off last released Duality in October 2014 via Equal Vision Records.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 7:18 PM (PST) by jaystone
Interesting news day from the Set It Off camp.
Earlier today, the Tampa, Florida-based band and Equal Vison Records recording artists had announced that they’ve gone from a five-piece to a four-piece because bassist Austin Kerr had been ousted from the band due to recent allegations of sexual assault that had surfaced against him. In case you missed it, here’s their statement:
Recently we have been made aware of the statements made about our bassist, Austin Kerr. We are taking the situation seriously and have decided that the best thing for the band is to part ways with Austin. We send our deepest apologies to anyone who has ever been affected negatively by his actions. Our fans mean the absolute world to us and their safety and happiness will always be our top priority. We are so grateful for their ongoing support over the years and will do everything we can to make this up to them and move forward from this.
Fast-forward to late this afternoon, and Kerr responded with a lengthy, detailed statement of his own through his Facebook page, which you can read right here. However, we took the liberty of cutting-and-pasting said statement below. It’s an interesting read, to say the least.
As of two days ago I became aware of some serious allegations against me. There are two sides of every story and then there’s the truth. Fact is, I’m a guy who hasn’t always considered the way people may perceive my actions and while never forceful, there’s situations where I’ve been too pushy in several matters. I am taking full responsibility for my actions and behavior. I am so sorry for the effects of my actions and I apologize to anyone who has ever been made to feel uncomfortable by me in any capacity. I promise you it was NEVER my intention and I never thought I was entitled to anything.
I will carry myself differently in every matter I’m a part of from this day on. Upon first hearing of these matters, I immediately stopped drinking anywhere near shows, and stopped doing anything that might make someone uncomfortable (i.e. hugging them, picking them up, etc.). I will continue for the rest of my life being fully observant of other people’s feelings. After talking with the band, we have all agreed that I should part ways as nothing in this this should be attached to them in any way. I got to live my dream for years. For all the times, lessons and memories, I am so grateful.
Unfortunately attached to these allegations are half stories, exaggerations and untruthful statements. Since the tumblr post was released I have been approached by multiple people by their own accord who were there and can varify that some statements made are fictional or have proof of their falsehoods.
The truth is I’ve made people feel uncomfortable and I’m sorry. I encourage everyone to read into things before they believe them or make judgements. In often cases a lack of proof means something.
Moving forward, I am actively working on improving and making better decisions so that I will never make anyone feel like this again.
Stay tuned for information on this one. Not to editorialize or anything, but something tells me we haven’t heard the last of this situation…
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 11:40 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Equal Vision Records‘ pop quintet Set It Off will release “Duality: Stories Unplugged”, a collection of stripped down, full band, string-infused tracks. The EP is comprised of new acoustic renditions of five songs from their recently released sophomore full-length “Duality”, and a brand new track – “Wild Wild World (Acoustic)”.
In addition to announcing the EP today, the band is also premiering a new music video for “Bleak December (Acoustic)”, which can be seen now at setitoff.merchnow.com. Preorders for the stunning new EP are also now available at the same link.
“We are so unbelievably excited to present to you: Duality: Stories Unplugged! We have received requests for an acoustic EP for a long time now and we had so much fun putting this together for you. It was a huge goal on this EP to not just deliver the songs you already know with the only difference being that it’s on acoustic guitars. We took time to re-imagine some of these tracks,” reveals vocalist Cody Carson. “For example, in our acoustic arrangement of “Bleak December”, we took a more mellow approach and a more somber tone to deliver almost a whole new meaning to the song. We wanted to name this Stories Unplugged because that is exactly how we look at these songs. These are all tales of different avenues of life we’ve walked down, and you’re along for the ride in a range of emotion and timbre. Thank you for your patience…I’m so glad we can finally provide you with this EP that we are so very proud of.”
This Summer, the Tampa, FL-based outfit will be touring all across the US and Canada this Summer on the Journeys stage of the 2015 Vans Warped Tour. The band is currently on a headline run in the UK/Europe, with support from Decade and Brawlers. All upcoming tour dates can be found below.
On the track, vocalist Cody Carson commented:
Not too long ago I was in a relationship with someone that was very serious. We had a very firm connection, we lived together, it was great, but one day we had to split ways. Once the initial storm from the breakup had settled we realized something. We missed the sex. We knew it wasn’t a smart choice, but it was an easy choice. So then came the 2AM calls and the sneaking off. We eventually realized we were doing more damage than helping so we decided to call it quits and just stay friends. This song is about that particular situation.
The release of this video follows the recent news from the group that they will be headlining the Glamour Kills Spring Break ’15 tour.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 4:41 PM (PST) by jaystone
Another half-dozen bands have been added to the vaunted(?) lineup that is the 2015 edition of the Vans Warped Tour…and it features at least one band a few of you might have heard of…Motion City Soundtrack!
That’s right, MCS will be appearing at Warped Tour dates this summer…however…only June 19, 20 and 21. Bummer. Anyway, the other five bands announced on this installment of Warped Tour Wednesday are: Major League, New Years Day, Set It Off, Kenneths, and Ho99o9, the latter of which is not a typo, to the best of our knowledge. Check out the full, up-to-date Warped Tour 2015 roster below.
Tickets for Warped Tour 2015 went on sale last month (December 12th). Get yours online here. The 2015 Warped Tour kicks off June 17th in Anchorage, Alaska, and runs through August 8th in Auburn, Washington.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 4:26 PM (PST) by jaystone
Information has been finalized for the upcoming Glamour Kills Spring Break ’15 tour. Headlining the six-week cross-country jaunt will be Florida pop-punks Set It Off, who are touring in support of their last album, “Duality,” released on Equal Vision Records last October.
Support on the GKSB’15 tour comes from Against The Current, As It Is and Roam. The tour starts February 27th in St. Petersburg, Florida, and wraps up April 8th in Greensboro, North Carolina. Check out the full rundown below (or up above if you’d rather).
When the sun’s out and I’m feeling carefree I love my ska and pop-punk. When I’m feeling nostalgic and wistful I skew towards Menzingers or emo. When I’ve had three cups of coffee and need an outlet for the nebulous discontentment that silently builds behind the exterior of my stoic demeanor I turn towards hardcore-punk. That’s where I’m at this morning so when a request to check out the debut album from Californian skate-punk/hardcore act Facelift hit my inbox it was perfectly timed. This music is raw. It’s fast as hell. And it’s f’ing pissed off. Oh, and it’s riddled with metallic riff breakdowns which absolutely clinched it for me (give it 2:20 into the album opener to see what I mean). Turn up the volume and let off some steam with me by streaming “Sinceforevertilwhenever” here.