What do the boys of Set Your Goals think of Britney Spears and New Found Glory? What do they sound like as robots? For answers to those burning questions and more, check out a video interview with the band in the replies.
Kevin Lyman recently wrote a piece about this year's Warped Tour Smartpunk stage co-headliners Set Your Goals. You can read it here. If Kevin Lyman's recommendation isn't enough reason to check them out, the AP.net staff also thinks they're pretty good.
Update: The chat is now over. I'd like to thank the band for taking the time to come and talk with AP.net; it was a ton of fun. For the rest of you, if you haven't listened to Mutiny! yet, what are you waiting for? Get on that.
Set Your Goals will be chatting in this thread at approximately 9:00 p.m. EST. They will be under the names Jordan Brown, Mike Ambrose, and Mulberry4 (Matt). Come on in to talk about their views on the record industry, their thoughts on happy hardcore, or just say hello. Perhaps you'd like to do some gang posting? (Mutiny!!!)
Set Your Goals have posted an update regarding delays surrounding their forthcoming, feature-length DVD release, Work in Progress, as well as initial details pertaining to the release of a live motion picture slated for a late summer release.
Set Your Goals will be filming their set at their upcoming "secret show" with Anti-Flag this Tuesday, March 27th, at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. Tickets are still available for those who would like to attend. The band takes to the stage first at 6pm.
Set Your Goals will be working with San Francisco based Etypical Films (Angels and Airwaves, The Secret Handshake) for their next two music video projects. The videos are for "Echoes" and "To Be Continued." Both songs are from the band's Mutiny! full length, released through Eulogy Recordings last summer. The band has also lined up a Canadian run with Daggermouth, Hostage Life and No Trigger.
The guy's in Set Your Goals have given their 2004 Demo Instrumental a Holiday makeover of sorts. Engineered by Joe Clements at the Compound Recordings Studio in Ben Lomond, California earlier this month, the band arranged the re-worked acoustic number with a few new instruments and some Christmas themed movie samples. "A simple way to say thank you to everyone for their support over this past year, and high hopes for an even better year in 2007." Head on over to the band's official myspace site to have a listen or grab a download of the song before the new year hits. Also, the band was a little late getting their end of the year lists in, so I have posted them below.
Boston, Massachusett's Big D and the Kids Table have been selected as an additional support act for Anti-Flag's "War Sucks, Let's Party" tour, which is also advertised to feature Alexisonfire and Set Your Goals. You can find the tour's complete route below.