There’s no better way to begin the end of summer than the musical stylings of pop-punk band The Summer Set. The band is currently on the Friday is Forever Tour with We the Kings, but the show at Musica on Sunday, July 31, is not part of that tour. The Summer Set just released an album earlier this month, so this tour is in support of that album, and lead singer Brian Dales said crowds are already responding well to the new music. Compared to “Love Like This,” the band had more time to prepare this album, so they had more songs to choose from when picking the tracklist. “I think it show a lot more depth to The Summer Set lyrically,” Dales said. The new album, “Everything’s Fine,” is a sort of musical coming of age story about growing up and falling in and out of love. “We’ve done a lot of growing up in the past few years,” Dales said. “We wanted to make a record that was as sincere as possible.” The songs on “Everything’s Fine” act at one long song to Dale, so he said picking a favorite song is like picking a favorite kid, but he did say “When We Were Young” and “Mona Lisa” are two of his favorites right now. “When We Were Young” is also one a Dale’s favorite songs to perform. “I think it’s the closest I’m ever going to get to an ‘80s rock anthem,” Dale said. “It’s just so fun to play.” If you lucked out on getting Taylor Swift tickets and you were hoping The Summer Set would be doing one of their T. Swift they’ve been known to do, think again. Dale said the band is really focusing on playing its own songs right now because he believes if a band plays a cover song for too long then it gets attached to that song and not its own. But fear not, The Summer Set are sure to put on a great show with favorites like “Chelsea” and “The Boys You Do (Get Back at You)” and soon-to-be favorites “Someone Like You.” The Summer Set is playing Musica on Sunday, July 31 with The Downtown Fiction, Action Item, Heyhihello and Lights Out. The show starts at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are $13.