Set It Off Debuts Neon-Soaked Self-Actualization Anthem “Skeleton,” Announces 2022 Tour

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Dynamic pop/punk band Set It Off has amassed a strong following for its extremely high-energy live shows and irreverently unpredictable musical style — and on Monday, the band ushered in a new era once again.

Debuting a music video for a song called “Skeleton,” Set It Off previewed a new record titled Elsewhere, which will be released in 2022. Musically, the song boasts a catchy melody and vocal hook from singer Cody Carson, while musically and thematically focused on liberating one’s true self from the negative vibes that can bind us.

Visually, the video is just totally bathed in neon and the whole thing is abundantly vibrant:

Said Carson of the song: “It’s so important to me that you know me for who I am, at my core, at my best and at my worst. Being vulnerable shouldn’t come with a rain cloud overhead and it certainly shouldn’t be frowned upon. It should be encouraged. Through life‘s bumps and bruises I’ve learned it’s easier spent stripping away the fear of letting go and saying how you feel, when you feel it. It’s ok to be vulnerable. It’s ok to be a Skeleton.”

Drummer Maxx Danzinger said this, stemming from his personal battles working against the stigmas levied at bisexuality: “There’s so much outside pressure swaying us to act the way others think we should whether it’s your interests, hobbies, sexuality, career, gender identity, etc. The ability to block out that noise, find your true self, and be that person 100% is real vulnerability and real bravery.”

Set It Off will also hit the road in early 2022 for a tour with Stand Atlantic, As It Is and No Love for the Middle Child.

The dates:

Thursday, Jan 13th – The Belasco Theater – Los Angeles, CA
Friday, Jan 14th – The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ
Sunday, Jan 16th – Emo’s Austin – Austin, TX
Monday, Jan 17th – The Echo Lounge & Music Hall – Dallas, TX
Tuesday, Jan 18th – House of Blues – Houston, TX
Thursday, Jan 20th – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA
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

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