Tuesday, January 17, 2017


"Set and Setting bring a unique sound... The post-rockers throw a hint of psychedelia and even a metallic edge... The result is a captivating, wordless, genre amalgam."


"Melancholic beauty suspended in the clouds with a birds-eye view of epic terrain... Soul-searing leads and shimmering, bending guitars that convey feelings of wonder and introspection."

"Metallic chug to trippy psychedelia to soaring post-rock beauty... Like Russian Circles teaming with early Pink Floyd."

Decibel has premiered new Set and Setting track "...The Idyllic Realm," off the St. Petersburg, Florida band's upcoming third album Reflectionless.

As Decibel describes, Set and Setting operate in a zone of their own, creating a psychedelic, metallic version of instrumental rock that captivates. Emotional swells are pushed along by the band's double-drummer thunder and climactic guitar leads.

Reflectionless was recorded by Ryan Haft (Torche, Wrong) at Black Bear Studios in Gainesville, Florida, and mastered by Ed Brooks 
(R.E.M., Death Cab for Cutie) at Resonant Mastering.

The cover, created 
by Samantha Muljat (Earth, Pelican), was inspired by the artwork of Storm Thorgerson of Hipgnosis, as seen on Pink Floyd's album covers.

Set and Setting will self-release Reflectionless on January 27th, 2017, on vinyl, CD and digital formats. The band has teamed up with AWAL (Kobalt) to handle the digital release, and with two labels for exclusive color vinyl options in addition to its regular vinyl pressing: Science of Silence Records (US) and Dunk!Records (EU).

Pre-order Reflectionless, here:

Vinyl and CD - http://setandsetting.merchnow.com/
Digital - http://awal.lnk.to/Reflectionless
Exclusive color vinyl (US) - http://scienceofsilence.limitedrun.com/
Exclusive color vinyl (EU) - https://shop.dunkfestival.com/collections/dunk-records

Having played recent shows with Nothing and True Widow, 
and tours with Mouth of the Architect, Inter Arma, and Kayo Dot, Set and Setting will be touring throughout 2017. A hometown record release show is booked for January 27th in St. Petersburg.

Photo by Ryan Zarra

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