SET IT OFF TO HEADLINE GLAMOUR KILLS: SPRING BREAK ’15 TOUR

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Equal Vision Records’ Set It Off will headline the Glamour Kills: Spring Break ’15 Tour. Supporting the Tampa, FL-based pop quintet on the full US run will be: Against The Current, As It Is, and Roam. Pre-sale and VIP tickets for the tour are available now HERE and general admission tickets will be on sale Monday, January 12, at theglamourkillstour.com.

“We are pulling out all the stops for our first headliner of 2015. We are so excited to be teaming up with Glamour Kills for this Spring run,” shares Set It Off vocalist Cody Carson. “Our new album Duality only came out a few months ago, so expect a lot of new songs, great music, great bands, and a night you won’t forget for the rest of your life.”

Set It Off has just wrapped up the massive Black Mass Tour with Black Veil Brides and Falling in Reverse and will next head overseas for an EU/UK tour with Crown The Empire, Dangerkids and Alive Like Me. All upcoming tour dates can be found below.

The band is currently touring in support of their new high-energy sophomore full-length Duality, which is out now and available digitally through iTunes, AmazonMP3, and Google Play, and at physical retailers such as Best Buy, FYE, Newbury Comics, MerchNOW and more.

Past headliners for Glamour Kills’ tour include All Time Low, New Found Glory, The Wonder Years and more. Glamour Kills has been featured in magazines such as Nylon, Rolling Stone, Seventeen, Alternative Press and more! The brand has been worn and seen on celebrities such as Hayley Williams from Paramore, Tegan Quin from Tegan & Sara, Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy and Aubrey Plaza, star of NBC’s Parks & Recreation. As a cornerstone of a subculture fueled by music, Glamour Kills actively fosters a sense of leadership and community by engaging in passion projects with musicians, artists, fans, and forward-thinkers alike.

Set It Off recently released a lyric video for the song “Bleak December” via Rock Sound, as well as a music video for lead single “Why Worry” via FUSE! Additionally, the band premiered a special new video for the song “Tomorrow”, featuring personal testimonials and heartfelt stories from their family-like fanbase, discussing the impact that the band has had on their lives. The video can be seen now on the Vans Warped Tour’s Official Youtube Channel.

Album reviews from Big Cheese Magazine and Alternative Press rave on the band’s lead single “Why Worry” respectively noting that the song “will have Fall Out Boy quaking in their boots” and that it’s “one of the best pop songs you’ll hear all year.” Music Connection similarly boasts that Duality is “not only a shining moment in their career, but a shiny piece of pop perfection,” while Kerrang! awarded the album a perfect score of 5 out of 5 and declared that “Set It Off have created their own sub-genre in an oversubscribed pop-rock scene and absolutely nailed it.” Duality also landed impressive spots on multiple Kerrang!, Property of Zack and AbsolutePunk staff and industry member ‘Top Albums of the Year’ lists, as well as being named No. 5 on Rock Sound’s ‘Top 50 Albums of the Year’ list.

TOUR DATES:
Crown The Empire w/ Set It Off, Dangerkids, and Alive Like Me
Jan 23 Aarschot @ De Klinker
Jan 24 Munster @ Skaters Palace
Jan 25 Amsterdam @ Melkweg
Jan 27 Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu
Jan 28 Hamburg, DE @ Logo
Jan 29 Cologne, DE @ Luxor
Jan 30 Frankfurt, DE @ Das Brett
Jan 31 Leipzig, DE @ Conne Island
Feb 01 Munich, DE @ Backstage Halle
Feb 02 Stuttgart, DE @ Universum
Feb 03 Paris, FR @ Noire Boule
Feb 05 London, UK @ Electric Ballroom
Feb 06 Manchester, UK @ Club Academy
Feb 07 Glasgow, UK @ Garage
Feb 08 Leeds, UK @ Leeds University
Feb 10 Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
Feb 11 Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Feb 12 Birmingham, UK @ Asylum
Feb 13 Southampton, UK @ Mo Club
Feb 14 Bristol, UK @ Fleece

Glamour Kills Tour: Set It Off w/ Against The Current, As It Is, and Roam
Feb 27 St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
Feb 28 Orlando, FL @ Backbooth
Mar 01 Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre
Mar 02 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Mar 04 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
Mar 05 Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater
Mar 07 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
Mar 08 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Loading Dock
Mar 10 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Mar 11 Portland, OR @ Alhambra Theater
Mar 13 Orangevale, CA @ Boardwalk
Mar 14 San Diego, CA @ Epicentre
Mar 15 Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
Mar 17 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
Mar 20 Grand Prairie, TX @ South by So What?!
Mar 22 San Antonio, TX @ Korova
Mar 24 St. Louis, MO @ Firebird
Mar 26 St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Bar & Hall
Mar 27 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Mar 28 Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
Mar 29 Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s 20 Lanes
Mar 31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
Apr 01 Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
Apr 02 New York, NY @ Marlin Room at Webster Hall
Apr 03 Howell, NJ @ Gamechanger World
Apr 04 Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
Apr 06 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
Apr 07 Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java
Apr 08 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street