Set It Off in Uncontainable promo

Set It Off have released a video for their track Uncontainable.

The track is available as a digital single now and is taken from the Florida-based band’s upcoming third album, due for release in the summer.

Vocalist Cody Carson says: “If there’s one thing Set It Off knows it’s struggle. We know nothing worth having in this life comes easy and there have been many instances and many people in our lives lately that try their best to bring us down.

“This is our message to those people that force their way into our lives to try and break us - you won’t. Bring it on, we’re Set It Off and we never back down from a fight. This is only the beginning, so turn up our new song Uncontainable, feel the energy, and take over the world.”

Set It Off have wrapped up the recording of the follow-up to 2014 effort Duality. It was produced by Brandon Paddock, Erik Ron and Mike Green.

Carson adds: “Uncontainable is just the tip of the iceberg. We’re very proud of this song and this video but as far as we’re concerned it’s just going to get better from here.

“We can’t wait to show you all of our new songs, we’ve never had a team so excited about anything in our lives. So be patient and prepare yourself for the best record Set It Off has put together to date.”

The band have a number of shows left on their North American tour with Tonight alive.

Set If Off Remaining 2016 Tour Dates

Mar 18: San Diego Soma Side Stage, CA
Mar 20: San Francisco Slim’s, CA
Mar 21: Sacramento Ace Of Spades, CA
Mar 23: Portland Hawthorne Theatre, OR
Mar 24: Seattle Neumos, WA
Mar 26: Salt Lake City In The Venue, UT
Mar 27: Denver Marquis Theater, CO
Mar 28: Albuquerque The Co-op, NM
Apr 01: West Hollywood The Roxy Theatre, CA
Apr 02: Las Vegas Extreme Thing, NV
Apr 04: San Antonio The Korova, TX
Apr 05: Austin Dirty Dog Bar, TX
Apr 06: New Orleans House Of Blues, LA

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