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Set Your Goals is a San Francisco, California based band with influences and two vocalists, formed in 2004. The band name comes from band CIV's first album, Set Your Goals.

Set Your Goals released their first EP, Set Your Goals, on Straight On Records in May 2004. After signing with Eulogy Recordings, they re-released the EP under the name Reset on April 11, 2006 with vinyl released by Panic Records. Their first full length… read more

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  • Avatar for bobo9390
    Hoping to catch a show this year if they announce more
  • Avatar for RedSox1234
    Looks like they may be coming back! https://www.facebook.com/setyourgoals/posts/10153522688447949:0
  • Avatar for dylstew
    Their first album is the best thing that came out of this hated on type of modern pop punk. Besides the Wonder Years ofcourse, they're great.
  • Avatar for Nooradrenalin
    @PraxisJW: https://www.facebook.com/setyourgoals/posts/10152759094457949
  • Avatar for PraxisJW
    Anybody know what happened with these guys?
  • Avatar for GodofDeathMetal
    I saw them live once. I would not mind seeing them live again. They were on the Zumiez Couch Tour. They were really really impressive!
  • Avatar for brianPLAGUES
    favorite band forever, please record soon 2 year anniversary of my comment!
  • Avatar for PastSanctuary
    "maybe because it was terrible?" wherein someone says something that couldn't be more wrong
  • Avatar for bobo9390
    That all seemed to fade by the time TWBTDOU was released though Once upon a time their top tag on here was Hardcore.
  • Avatar for bobo9390
    "but they never really got to being down with the hardcore community like some other pop punk bands are" I don't know man. There was about a 2 year window in 07 and 08 where SYG was pretty liked in the hardcore community. Saw them twice during that time and it had the vibe of a hardcore show. Hell, one of the openers when I saw them was Energy.

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