Check out, I Fight Fail version of “Stay Together For The Kids”

I Fight Fail, hailing from Canton, Ohio, is the scene’s stalwart that’s on the rise.

Comprised of vocalist/guitarist Andy Potter and drummer/guitarist Anthony Carter, the group has come a long way since their emergence of the self-release EP “Move Me” in 2014.

Soon after, I Fight Fail broke out with “Voyages and Vantage Points” in 2016, and followed up in a big way with further singles over the years.

One such single, the captivating “Here”, maintained presence on Billboard’s Top 100 Rock Mainstream songs list for more than a month.

With a spot on the legendary Warped Tour and coverage from Alt Press, I Fight Fail has been there and done that in their strong run.

Most recently, the band took to the stage and shared it with emo greats Hawthorne Heights.

Growing up with 2000’s emo/punk in their ears, I Fight Fail draws influence from a wide bevy of genres to mold their peppy, invigorating take on alt pop.

Fans have grown accustomed to flashy synth runs, anthemic vocals, and choruses that stick around long past the song’s ending.

Variety is the spice of I Fight Fail’s discography, as no two releases sound the same thanks to a dedication to reinvent themselves with every new release.

Whether it’s the intensity of “All I Am”, the bouncy “Silhouettes”, or the stylistic cover of Taking Back Sunday’s “Cute Without the E”, listeners will find gems all across their back catalog.

Now, as motivated as ever and with the return of live shows, I Fight Fail is set to release their third EP and enjoy touring it to raucous crowds.

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