Gold-certified and critically acclaimed Los Angeles-based, New York-born rock band The Score—Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover— have unleashed a new single entitled “The Champion.”
On the track the band said: “The world and society is in transition. We desperately need champions to shine their light on positive change and are grateful to all those who have stood up offer their voices & skills to create an impact. Whether that is in the streets or in our hospitals, there are Champions in this country and across the globe who are putting themselves at risk to make the world a better place. This song is meant to keep that spark alive.”
The band closed out 2019 with the banger “Bulletproof” featuring Xylø, which has garnered over 6.3 million Spotify streams and served as the end title song in NETFLIX’s 6 Underground starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Michael Bay. The group contributed three additional anthems to the film, including “Glory,” “Legend” and “The Fear.”
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,” gold-selling “Legend” and “Unstoppable,” the boys have racked up nearly 3 Billion cumulative streams worldwide over the course of numerous EPs—Unstoppable, Myths & Legends, Pressure and Stay—and a 2017 full-length debut, ATLAS. As they ignited venues across the world with sold out tours in China, Europe, Mexico and the U.S., in addition their music has been used in campaigns for Jeep, NBA, and beyond.