Today, critically acclaimed, buzzing LA-based, New York-born rock band The Score- Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover-uncover their new single “Stay” out today.
Get it HERE via Republic Records.
On the release of the new song The Score said: ‘Stay’ is our most vulnerable song to date. It’s about staying true to yourself and not trying to change who you are, even when you feel insecure and unsure of yourself.”
The Score recently wrapped up yet another successful North American headline tour this time in support of the Pressure EP. So far, the latter’s cumulative stream tally surpasses 120 million across “Glory,” “Stronger,” and latest banger “Dreamin” [feat. Blackbear]. The tour recently wrapped up this past Friday with a sold out show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles where the band performed their hearts out to an excited crowd.
Up next The Score are continuing on The Pressure Tour heading out on their European and Asia leg of the tour. See the fifteen-city extension of the run below!
New York-born and Los Angeles-based duo The Score stand out as a fiery genre-defying phenomenon, incinerating the lines between rock, pop, indie, and electronic. Powered by ubiquitous anthems such as “Oh My Love,” “Legend,” and “Unstoppable,” the boys have racked up nearly 1.4 Billion cumulative streams worldwide over the course of two EPs—Unstoppable and Myths & Legends—and a 2017 full-length debut, ATLAS. As they ignited venues across North America, in addition their music has been used in campaigns for Jeep, NBA, and beyond.
The Pressure European & Asian Tour
6/2 – Cologne, Germany (EHF Hand Ball Tournament)
6/3 – Berlin, Germany – Musik & Frieden
6/4 – Hamburg, Germany – Molotow Club
6/6 – Cologne, Germany – Luxor
6/19 – Shenzhen, China – Hou Live
6/20 – Guangzhou, China – Tu Space
6/21 – Shanghai, China – Lofas
6/22 – Beijing, China – Tango 3F
6/23 – Harbin, China – Harbin Festival
6/29 – St. Petersburg, Russia – Locals Only Festival
7/2 – Switzerland, Zurich – Exil
7/3 – Vienna, Austria – Chelsea
7/4 – Hradec Kralove, Czechia – Rock For People Festival
7/6 – London, UK – Camden Assembly
7/7 – Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute