By David McNally
Last night Set It Off performed at Brighton Music Hall in and Headrush TV was there to catch the show!
Hailey Biermann was on location and had the chance to catch up Cody Carson and Dan Clermont. When asked about how the bands music videos helped propel them to where they are today Carson said “[videos] add another dimension and layer to not only the song, but the album as a whole” and allows the artist to drive in their point more precisely.
“I think in often cases when you have a music video, its another way to showcase the meaning of song. “ Carson said on the role that music videos play in their writing.
Watch the full video below!
Set It Off is currently on tour with planned dates in Buffalo, Los Angeles, an Dallas. Click here to purchase tickets.
Set It Off Tour Dates
Aug 02 – Webster Underground - Hartford, CT
Aug 03 – Waiting Room - Buffalo, NY
Aug 04 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY
Aug 06 – Mr. Smalls Theatre – Millvale, PA
Aug 08 – Granada Theater – Lawrence, KS
Aug 09 – Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO
Aug 11 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
Aug 12 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
Aug 14 – Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
Aug 15 – City National Civic – San Jose, CA
Aug 18 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
Aug 19 – Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH
Aug 20 – Egyptian Room – Indianapolis, IN
Aug 22 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
Aug 24 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX
Aug 25 – House of Blues – Houston, TX
Aug 26 – Emo’s – Austin, TX
Aug 28 – Orpheum – Flagstaff, AZ
Aug 29 – Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, NV
Aug 30 – Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
Sep 01 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
Sep 02 – Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
Sep 03 – Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
Make no mistake about it, 311 is down for the unity. This Sunday, 311's annual 'Unity Tour' returned to Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavilion for a night of new music and fun in the sun.
Year after year, 'Unity Tour' has featured a diverse range of musical talent such as Sublime with Rome, Slightly Stoopid, and even Snoop Dogg. This year, 311 shook things up with the U.K.'s The Skints and New Politics, offering a fresh look and feel for the tour.
All summer long the band has been playing brand new music from their latest album, Mosaic. In typical fashion, 311 delivered on a hard-hitting set of fan favorites as well as breaking in new favorites like "Too Late," "Too Much To Think," "Til' the City’s on Fire," and "Wildfire." For anyone paying attention to the set list, the band played a lot of new music... and that's a good thing.
Mosaic offers an exciting evolution to 311's well established sound and is one of our favorite albums of the summer. Want more? Check out the band's latest album and tour schedule below.
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