SET IT OFF Release New Song ‘One Single Second

Band Return To The UK For Headline Tour This April

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SET IT OFF have shared another new song, ‘One Single Second.’ Frontman Cody Carson spoke about the new song “For this song, I brought myself back to one of my worst memories of relationships I can remember — the first time I got cheated on by my first love. The entire song is basically telling the story of how I felt the connection fade and started putting the pieces together. It’s got that angst, that aggression, that mysterious feeling of ‘Do I know for sure?’ ‘Do I not know at all?’ I think a lot of you have been betrayed like this before and this is the song you can hold onto to let it all out.”

Listen to ‘One Single Second’ here or by clicking the image below.

The band previously shared two other new songs:

Listen to ‘Catch Me If You Can’ here.
Listen to ‘So Predictable’ here.

Set It Off return to the UK this April for their rescheduled headline tour.

You can see Set It Off supported by Lizzy Farrall at the following dates:

8th April Stylus, Leeds 
9th April Garage, Glasgow
11th April Waterfront, Norwich
12th April Academy 2, Manchester
13th April Riverside, Newcastle
15th April O2 Institute, Birmingham
16th April Tramshed, Cardiff
17th April Heaven, London

Tickets on sale at https://setitoffband.com/

ABOUT SET IT OFF:

Set It Off released Midnight in 2019 to much acclaim. Midnight was produced by Mike Green (Neck Deep, All Time Low, State Champs) with additional production by Brandon Paddock (Panic! At the Disco, Papa Roach, The Used, Daughtry). The album demonstrates a depth and breadth of musicianship, as the band incorporated live strings, live horns, and a live gospel choir into the album. Midnight also includes intricate, instrumental features by Reel Big Fish’s Matt Appleton and Issues’ Skyler Accord, as well as a vocal feature by Wayfarers.

Check out Killer in the MirrorMidnight ThoughtsDancing With the Devil, and Hourglass.

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