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Set Your Goals is an American pop punk band from Walnut Creek, CA (an affluent town in the East Bay area of the San Francisco Bay Area), formed in 2004. Their musical style typically employs a combination of pop punk and melodic hardcore. Their band name is derived from the CIV album of the same name.
The band consists of vocalists Jordan Brown and Matt Wilson, guitarists Audelio Flores Jr and Daniel Coddaire, bassist Joe Saucedo and drummer Mike Ambrose.
Forming in 2004, Set Your Goals released their first self-titled EP through Straight on Records in May 2004. The band embarked on some of their first tours with The Warriors and Make Move, as the word circulated about the EP they were approached by a number of labels. After "touring off of that alone for almost 2 years", they signed with Eulogy Recordings and re-released the EP under the name Reset in April 2006. Audelio Flores joined the band on April 2006. Their second release on Eulogy was their debut studio album, entitled Mutiny!, which was released in July 2006. During winter of 2007 Dave Yoha amicably left the band due to tour exhaust. Daniel Coddaire returned for touring before he rejoined the band officially in 2008. Coddaire was Set Your Goals original lead guitarist.
In the Spring of 2007, they were support on Anti-Flag's headlining tour alongside Alexisonfire and Big D and the Kids Table. Set Your Goals released an acoustic version of their track "Echoes" for the Punk Goes Acoustic 2 compilation on Fearless Records in 2007. They also covered Lil Jon's "Put Yo Hood Up" for the Fearless Records compilation Punk Goes Crunk, released in April 2008.
In the Spring of 2008 they played on the Bamboozle Roadshow with Saves the Day, Armor for Sleep, Valencia and Metro Station. Set Your Goals released a song entitled "The Fallen" through the social networking sites Trig and MySpace, and the flash and audio website Newgrounds. They played the entire 2008 Vans Warped Tour on the Smartpunk Stage.
Set Your Goals reached a buy-out agreement with Eulogy Recordings in August 2008 at an estimated $125,000. It has also been reported that the band got their manager to buy out their contract for $150,000. Vocalist Matt Wilson later hinted that their next release may be self-released, saying, "The truth is we have many options for our next record and self-releasing is one of the best and a very likely option." In March 2009, it was announced that Epitaph Records had signed the band.
They supported New Found Glory on the UK Easy Core tour later in the year. They were the main support to New Found Glory on the Not Without a Fight tour in early 2009.
On May 1, 2009, the band performed as Set Your Grohls, performing covers of Nirvana and Foo Fighters songs. Their second record, This Will Be the Death of Us, was released through Epitaph Records on 21 July 2009 and was produced by Mike Green (Paramore, The Matches).
In support of the upcoming album, they toured Australia with All Time Low and Stealing O'Neal, and toured the United States throughout July and August with Four Year Strong, Polar Bear Club, The Swellers and Fireworks. The band played new songs from This Will Be the Death of Us live.
On the 28th of July Set Your Goals announced that their album This Will Be the Death of Us had made the Billboard (magazine) top 200 by placing at No. 65. This was in continuation to their previous success on their sophomore full length album, where the song The Few That Remain Featuring Hayley Williams was requested at KROQ-FM and was input into KROQ-FM's infamous Furious Five. The song Gaia Bleeds is featured on Madden NFL 10.
The band Played the entire Warped Tour 2010 on the Altec Lansing stage along with Parkway Drive, Four Year Strong, Emmure, Whitechapel, Suicide Silence and others.
The band supported and toured with You Me At Six and The Blackout during their November tour. As well as this, the band played their own set of headline dates in Liverpool, Leeds and Northampton.
On October 11, 2010, the band announced via their Twitter account that they had begun recording the follow-up to This Will Be the Death of Us with producer Brian McTernan. The expected release for the new album was set tentatively for Spring 2011.
On a Q&A session on the band's Formspring account on January 7, 2011, they announced that the new album will be called Burning at Both Ends, and will be released on June 27, 2011.
In FebruaryMarch 2011, the band supported Parkway Drive on their US headlining tour. Other opening acts were The Ghost Inside and The Warriors. Following that tour, in April 2011, the band supported another major metalcore band - August Burns Red on their own US headlining tour, with supporting acts Texas in July and Born of Osiris. In conjunction with the band's new release Burning at Both Ends, the band toured as part of the Vans Warped Tour, in JuneAugust 2011.
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