Rounding out a breakout 2018, LA rock band The Score – Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover – unveil their new single “Stronger” today via Republic Records.
The Score siphoned a spirit of urgency into this forthcoming body of work. Inspired by rap-adjacent artists a la Post Malone and K. Flay, they amassed a growing arsenal of analog synths to “get away from the riff-based and stomp-clap organic drum sound and move to an evolving sound where the drum machines, synthesizers, and guitars worked together.”
Writing at a Hollywood and Vine spot (“right in the middle of the jungle”), they joined forces with a bevy of high-profile collaborators, JT Daly [K. Flay], Heavy [Dirty Heads, Saint Motel, Sleeping with Sirens], Adam Hawkins [Twenty-One Pilots, Muse], and Dave Bassett [Elle King, Vance Joy] and shocked that vision to life.
The song comes right in the middle of their Revolution Tour where they’ll be making stops at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade on September 26th and Los Angeles’ The Moroccan Lounge on October 18th. See full tour dates here: www.thescoremusic.com/tour
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 racked up 600 million cumulative streams within three years’ time 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. Simultaneously, tastemakers such as Billboard, Nylon, Diffuser, and more have lauded them.