LA rock band The Score –  Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover – unleash their new single “The Fear” today via Republic Records.

Check out “The Fear” HERE.

On the song the band said: “The Fear” was written in a real uncertain time in our career. It was a few months after we wrote our album and we were unsure of whether or not our music was going to connect and find an audience. The song was really about us fighting back against the uncertainty and insecurity that we were manifesting within ourselves and how we needed to fight all the voices and doubt in our heads and just believe in what we were doing.”

Fresh off of their SOLD OUT headline show at the Moroccan Lounge in LA, The Score are back with another release. “The Fear” is the third song in a steady stream of new material and a follow-up to their recent single “Stronger. Straight out of the gate Stronger eclipsed nearly 3 million Spotify streams and nearly 2.5 million YouTube/VEVO views with Substream fittingly claiming, The Score look to inspire.

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.”

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