Set It Off have listened to the fans and have released another music video for their popular song, “Hourglass” off their latest record MIDNIGHT.
The song and video offer something special in that it’s got this upbeat pop punk vibe, yet also bring this creepier vibe to the table that people just can’t get enough of. Combine that with a catchy chorus, you’ve got yourself a Set It Off winner. The video has been up for a short period of time and already has over 100k views and if you read through fan comments they can’t stop watching! A lot of them are also commenting their love for the style and eyeliner that lead singer Cody Carson is sporting in this video with his blue hair and all.
If you haven’t listened to the rest of the album, it offers a different vibe that will intrigue the masses. We kind of gather a Panic! At The Disco meets The Used vibe. This makes sense given that they worked with lead producers Mike Green (All Time Low, State Champs, Neck Deep) and Brandon Paddock (P!ATD, The Used, and Papa Roach). Plenty of upbeat pop punk vibes with just the right number of haunting hooks.
Set It Off is currently on the 3rd leg of their Midnight World Tour with Emarosa, Broadside, and Selfish Things. They will also be appearing on two of the 25th anniversary weekend Warped Tour dates this summer.
Be sure to check out the latest music video for “Hourglass” as well as all tour dates below:
SET IT OFF ON TOUR:
THE MIDNIGHT WORLD TOUR PART 3:
WITH EMAROSA, BROADSIDE, + SELFISH THINGS:
6/21 — Indianapolis, IN — The Citadel
6/22 — Columbus, OH — Newport Music Hall
6/23 — Grand Rapids, MI — Elevation
6/25 — Buffalo, NY — Rec Room
6/26 — Poughkeepsie, NY — The Chance Theater
6/28 — Hartford, CT — The Webster
6/29 — Richmond, VA — The Canal Club
6/30 — Atlantic City, NJ — Atlantic City Beach*
7/2 — Pawtucket, RI — The Met
7/3 — Amityville, NY — Revolution
7/5 — Reading, PA — Reverb
7/6 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore
7/7 — Charlotte, NC — Amo’s Southend
7/8 — Orlando, FL — Sad Summer*
7/9 — Lake Park, FL — The Kelsey Theater
7/12 — Pensacola, FL — Vinyl Music Hall
7/13 — Austin, TX — Empire Garage
7/16 — Tucson, AZ — 191 Toole
7/18 — Los Angeles, CA — El Rey
7/19 — Fresno, CA — Strummer’s
7/20 — Mountainview, CA — Shoreline Amphitheatre*