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Fights and Fires stream new song “Blanquettes” off upcoming album “Live like a Tourist”

UK based punk rockers Fights and Fires are streaming the new song “Blanquettes” off their upcoming album “Live Like a Tourist”. The album will serve as the band’s fourth full length release and the first new music since the 2016 single “Take a Swing at the World”.

You can give the new song a listen here.

You can pre-order the new album from Lockjaw Records which you can find here.



Fights and Fires stream new single “Take A Swing At The World”

UK hardcore punk band Fights and Fires are streaming a brand new single called “Take A Swing At The World” over on their Bandcamp page. The new tune is a mix of hardcore, emo, and rock n’ roll all bundled up into one blazing tune. You will want to listen to this one below if you checked yes to any of the above genres.

This single is the band’s first new material since their 2014 split.



Fights and Fires perform live set, announce European tour dates

Worcester, UK hardcore punk act Fights and Fires performed their songs “If I’m Forest Then You’re Jenny,” “My Rusty” & “Happy” for Live At The Lab. They have announced some European tour dates.

You can check out the video and tour dates below.

Fights and Fires’ latest full length was 2013′s We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow, released through Blackstar Foundation.



Music Video: Fights and Fires – “Maps”

Worcester, UK hardcore punk act Fights and Fires have released a music video for their new single “Maps”. The track comes off of the band’s split EP with German melodic punk act Idle Class, and you can check it out below.

Fights and Fires’ latest full length was 2013′s We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow, released through Blackstar Foundation.



Fights And Fires / Idle Class announce split 7-inch, stream two songs

UK hardcore punk group Fights And Fires and German melodic punk act Idle Class have announced a new 7-inch split. You can stream “Die Trying” from Idle Class and “Maps” from Fights And Fires, both below.

The split is due out in October through Swedish label, Black Star Foundation. You can pre-order it on colored vinyl, with all kinds of extras, here.

Idle Class last released their debut album, The Drama’s Done, back in October. The latest album from Fights And Fires was 2013’s We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow.



Fights and Fires offer entire discography as free download; announce Euro mini-tour

Worcester, UK hardcore punk act Fights and Fires have put their entire discography as pay-what-you-want downloads on their bandcamp page. All three of their full length albums, as well as their debut EP, require no minimum and you can find them all right over here.

Additionally the band has announced a short run of tour dates throughout the UK and the rest of Europe. You can find those dates below.

The band’s latest full length was 2013’s We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow, released through Blackstar Foundation.



Free Album Download: Fights and Fires – “We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow”

Back in March, we did a little review on Worcester, UK hardcore punk act Fights And Fires‘ new release, “We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow” (released through Blackstar Foundation).

Today, the band has announced that they are making this album available to download on their bandcamp page, for a “name your own price” option.

Check it out here.



Album Review: Fights and Fires – “We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow”

Ripping from the heart of the West Midlands, Fights and Fires bring a frantic, dirty and solid new album to all your ears. This heavy blend of hardcore and alternative rock is very much a crowd pleasing act and would captivate audiences of both the punk and metal worlds. For fans of At the Drive In, Queens of The Stone Age, Rites of Spring.

‘Chase the blues’, is an excellent opener, with a strong chorus and well written lyrics – ‘No Job, No Woman, Music is what I hold on too’. Followed shortly by fan-favourite ‘Tread Water’ the vocalist slips impressively from verse to chorus without a single breath, keeping up the frustration and anger with shouts throughout. There is no light-hearted side to this band’s music it seems, every song blasting a wall of guitars and drums held together with angry vocals. The tempo is often very upbeat, except for the big half time rock n roll riffs reminiscent of the alternative rock scene.

On the whole, the album is driven and exciting, taking twists and turns with guitars riffs and raw vocals. The band does tend to stick to a similar structure and melody with every song, unfortunately making it tricky to distinguish between them. However, the differing riffs and gang shouts certainly keep the album from getting boring. Its clear this band can write good music, but the lack of dynamic change keeps the album on one level throughout, leaving your ears a little tired. Having said that, this shouldn’t take anything away from the album, as it’s still a very solid, well produced effort from a relatively new band.



Fights and Fires release new video “Chase the Blues”

Hardcore punk act Fights And Fires have just released the music video for their song “Chase the Blues.” Check it out here.

“Chase the Blues” will be featured off the band’s upcoming album “We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow” which will be released in February 2013.



Music Video: Fights And Fires – “You Can’t Say Slag On The Radio”

Hardcore punk act Fights And Fires have just released a music video consisting of live footage for their song “You Can’t Say Slag On The Radio” which you can check out right here.

The song appears on the band’s last album, “Proof That Ghosts Exist” which was released last April and is streaming on the band’s bandcamp page.