Set It Off dropped a strange and intense video for their song “Hourglass” that we needed to watch more than once.

The song comes from the band’s most recent album Midnight, which dropped earlier this year.

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The video shows singer Cody Carson sporting some eyeliner, which fans in the comments were pretty excited about.

You can watch the video for “Hourglass” below and decode it all yourself.

Last week, Carson revealed that he has a health problem that could affect his performance on upcoming shows.

On a video posted to Twitter, the frontman explains a vocal injury he suffered on the final date of leg two.

Carson was diagnosed with a vocal hemorrhage, causing him to go on vocal rest between the second and third legs of the tour.

Despite not getting the full medical clearance to perform, Carson says he couldn’t imagine disappointing fans for part three of the Midnight run.

“My doctor did advise me to not go on this tour but to be honest with you I just didn’t have it in me to not go for it at least,” he says.

Despite the setback, Carson assured followers that he won’t be pulling any punches in the upcoming performances.

“I am really excited to be on this run and of course, I’m slightly nervous because I’ve never been in this position before,” Carson says. “But I will be giving you my all every show, and I need your help. If you know the words, sing loud for me.”

The singer also noted that he will be on vocal rest between sets, assuring fans his silence isn’t intentional.

“I’ll be doing everything in my power to take care of myself so don’t take it personally if I’m not talking,” he added. “I’m not in a bad mood or anything, I’m just doing my best to take care of myself.”

You can see Carson’s full message below.
The tour kicked off last week in Colorado Springs, featuring a new opener added for the beginning of the third leg. Selfish Thingswill help shoulder support duties for about half the North American dates.

The band will also be touring without guitarist Dan Clermont, who will be “taking a hiatus” to spend time with family amid recent allegations. It is also stated he will “pursue this privately [and] legally.”

Set It Off will be stopping for Sad Summer Festival between tour dates this summer, joining for the Orlando, FL date. Tickets for the tour are on sale now, with a full list of dates below.


06/21 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Citadel *
06/22 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall *
06/23 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Elevation *
06/25 – Buffalo, NY @ Rec Room *
06/26 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance Theater *
06/28 – Hartford, CT @ The Webster *
06/29 – Richmond, VA @ The Canal Club *
06/30 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Atlantic City Beach ^
07/02 – Pawtucket, RI @ The Met *
07/03 – Amityville, NY @ Revolution *
07/05 – Reading, PA @ Reverb
07/06 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
07/07 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend
07/08 – Orlando, FL @ Sad Summer ^
07/09 – Lake Park, FL @ The Kelsey Theater
07/12 – Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall
07/13 – Austin, TX @ Empire Garage
07/16 – Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole
07/18 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey
07/20 – Mountainview, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre

What do you think of the new Set It Off video? Sound off in the comments down below and let us know!

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