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Settle Your Scores Launch Pre-Orders

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Settle Your Scores have launched pre-orders for their upcoming album, Retrofit. The new album will be out on August 20th via Mutant League Records and reunites the pop-punk band with producer Nick Ingram at Capital House Studio.

    Looking for a throwback sounding pop-punk release to get your summer going? This will be right in your wheelhouse. Pre-save now!

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  2. huntercrunch


    After listening to that new track that got posted, I listened to their other 2 albums out of curiosity.

    I have to say, this is one of the better pop-punk bands I've heard in recent memory. Solid vocals, they can actually write good hooks, tons of energy.

    I definitely recommend anyone who's into pop-punk/easycore to check them out. Pretty solid stuff!
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  3. FloatUpstream


    Saw them live with Gold Steps in early 2019, they're solid live too. Very excited for this to drop
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  4. Ryan

    Might be Spider-Man...

    Excited for this. Was worried for a minute there they broke up because of the long silence.
  5. Have heard and can confirm the new album is a super fun and throwback pop punk sound. Good dual vocal thing going on that we woulda all been loving in the absolutepunk days.
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  6. slickdtc

    Regular Supporter

    Hell yeah! I’ve always got a spot in my library for some fun, upbeat easycore and these guys are one of my first thoughts when thinking of current bands who are doing that style. Recommend to any and all.
  7. Chcurry182


    Went to college with their vocalist. Cool to see them getting coverage here.