SET IT OFF GETS IN YOUR FACE WITH ADRENALINE-PUMPED SINGLE “PROJECTOR” AND HIGHLY ANTICIPATED ALBUM

PRE-SAVE ELSEWHERE HERE




Alternative trio Set It Off delivers the high energy single/music video “Projector” on January 21st, available worldwide via Fearless Records. Following their single “Skeleton,” “Projector” further teases their upcoming album Elsewhere, which premiereson March 11th. Elsewhere promises to divulge an unseen vulnerability to Set It Off’s musicality, in addition to varied moods and worlds for listeners.


With an in your face attitude, Set It Off is releasing all of their pent up aggression off of their chests in “Projector.” Enough is enough; instead of aiming your inner turmoil at others, the band emphasizes that people need to listen more and talk less. Discussing the inspiration of “Projector,” singer/lyricist Cody Carson describes “the amount of people that end up entering my life that are incapable of saying ‘I’m wrong,’ ‘I messed up,’ or ‘I’m sorry’ is baffling to me. Instead, you’re met with finger pointing, excuses, and anger. They project their issues onto other people, so they don’t have to face it themselves… I just want people to be able to turn this up as loud as it can go and vent about all those irritating people in their lives.”


Singing alongside a ghostly guitar hook, Set It Off references haunting symbolism like Hannibal Lecter in the lyrics for “Projector.” This symbolism is embraced within the music video through neon gore— a theme that the band is exploring throughout the visuals of Elsewhere. Rapidly shifting, trippy scenes create a dizzying atmosphere, as Set It Off faces projector people and macabre monsters, who are eerily watching and controlling the band’s every move.


ENJOY / WATCH THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR “PROJECTOR” HERE


Set It Off is composed of singer/lyricist Cody Carson, guitarist Zach DeWall, and drummer Maxx Danziger. Drawing inspiration from a diverse swath of influences like Anderson Paak. and Michael Jackson, the genre-bending trio has never been your standard Emo band, Pop group, or even Pop-Punk band. They are all of those things and more, having developed a signature style that shakes Alternative to its core. Since their 2008 inception in Florida, Set It Off has conquered one milestone after another; they have released four highly-acclaimed albums, received accolades from press like Billboard and Alternative Press, amassed a loyal following, and racked in 528 million plays for their Top 10 Spotify tracks alone. They have also transformed audiences into believers on tours with All Time Low, Simple Plan, Sleeping With Sirens, and more.


While the band’s debut album Cinematics embraced their moodier Rock side, later efforts have taken on an upbeat Pop twist that has culminated in a darker synergy of those styles in their last album Midnight. Their upcoming album Elsewhere is a transitional and forward-thinking release— one in which the individual members have surmounted their demons and resurrected as happier and more full of life than ever before. Set It Off has recently embarked on their Welcome to Elsewhere U.S. tour, which sees the band hitting stages from January to mid-February 2022.




ELSEWHERE: TRACK LIST


Skeleton

Projector

Cut Off

Loose Cannon

Why Do I

As Good As It Gets

Who’s In Control

Taste of the Good Life

Why Not Me

Dangerous

Cordial

The Magic 8

Playing With Bad Luck

Peekaboo

Catch a Break

Better Than This


SET IT OFF: WELCOME TO ELSEWHERE TOUR


Friday, Jan 21st - Revolution - Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Saturday, Jan 22nd - House of Blues Orlando - Orlando, FL

Tuesday, Jan 25th - The Underground Charlotte - Charlotte, NC

Wednesday, Jan 26th - The Fillmore Silver Spring - Silver Spring, MD

Thursday, Jan 27th - Big Night Live - Boston, MA

Saturday, Jan 29th - Theatre of the Living Arts - Philadelphia, PA

Sunday, Jan 30th - Irving Plaza - New York, NY

Monday, Jan 31st - Roxian Theatre - McKees Rocks, PA

Wednesday, Feb 2nd - The Crofoot Ballroom - Pontiac, MI

Friday, Feb 4th - House of Blues Cleveland - Cleveland, OH

Saturday, Feb 5th - Deluxe at Old National Centre - Indianapolis, IN

Sunday, Feb 6th - House of Blues Chicago - Chicago, IL

Tuesday, Feb 8th - The Granada Theater - Lawrence, KS

Wednesday, Feb 9th - Summit - Denver, CO

Thursday, Feb 10th - The Depot - Salt Lake City, UT

Saturday, Feb 12th - The UC Theatre - Berkeley, CA

Wednesday, Feb 16th - The Belasco - Los Angeles, CA




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