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Solitary Set


  1. 1.
    Falling Out
  2. 2.
    Asking for a Friend
  3. 3.
    Midnight Society
  4. 4.
    My Place in Line
  5. 5.
    To the Receiver
Can you age out of punk? As the generation who were teenagers during the heyday of contemporary punk music approach middle-age, it’s a question we find ourselves asking more and more often.
When we stop screaming and start to grow more comfortable with silence, we find a variety of beautiful sounds not often heard in the canon of punk. Solitary Set was born from those questions and those sounds—a culmination of decades spent at punk shows baring our hearts and the moments since spent wondering what else might be out there. Combining the best elements of Midwestern emo, instrumental post-rock, and hardcore from all over the U.S., Solitary Set exists to bare their hearts again.
Formed in 2016 from the ashes of Baltimore indie acts Old Victrola and Seven States Across, Solitary Set enjoyed a brief run in the DMV area before flaming out right after releasing their first full-length album, Low and Outside, in 2017 and going their separate ways. Guitarist/vocalist Jason Henry Brohm (Sullen Brothr) thought that would be the end of the band, but their story seemed destined to continue. A series of coincidences that some might call fate brought new bass player Tanner Spaulding (Incision) and drummer Kenneth Noble (Southpaw, Survival Society) into Brohm’s life with the intent to start a new band, but the more they played together the more they found themselves drifting back to the unique Solitary Set sound. Finally, they decided to embrace it, and Solitary Set was reborn.


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