Fight The Fade Releases Emotionally Charged Video for New Single “Old Wounds”
Fight The Fade Releases Emotionally Charged Video
For New Single “Old Wounds”
Out Now Via FiXT
Los Angeles, California – Midwest rock outfit Fight The Fade have released “Old Wounds”, their 2nd single of 2021, with an emotionally charged new music video, which premiered today via VEVO. The track is also available now on Spotify and releases on all digital music stores on March 24th.
“If you’ve ever been hurt by someone close to you over and over, this song is for you.” – Fight The Fade
Watch The Official Music Video:
Dynamic rhythms and muscular guitar riffs power Fight the Fade’s “Old Wounds.” Shifting from its carefully restrained verse sections to a brutal breakdown at the midpoint, “Old Wounds” carries listeners through an emotionally charged creation powered by a fierce vocal performance. The track is out now on all platforms from independent electronic rock label FiXT.
Fight The Fade currently boasts 340k monthly listeners on Spotify, following the release of “Cut & Run”, their debut single with FiXT that released in February. Fight The Fade has quickly gained heavy editorial support from Spotify with playlist features including Kickass Metal, Rock Your Body, and New Core, as well as prominent editorial support from YouTube Music, Yandex and others.
Fight The Fade is a five-piece rock group hailing from the Midwest consisting of vocalist Zene Smith, guitarists Tyler Simpson and Bryan Conway, bassist Trevor Taylor and drummer Alyssa Worth. Formed in 2010, Fight the Fade has released three full-length records including Second Horizon (2014), Fight the Fade (2016), and In Love. in Hope. in Peace (2020) along with two EPs, What We Know (2012) and Masks (2018). The members have also toured relentlessly since their formation.
Known for pulling together influences from rock, metal, and electronic music, Fight the Fade has forged an unmistakable sonic identity that wraps heartfelt lyrical themes within a robust production style and delivers them with nuanced and diverse writing approaches. The band’s work ethic and innovative blend of genres led them to an album deal with independent electronic rock label FiXT in late 2020, and Fight the Fade is currently release singles throughout 2021, leading to a full-length album in the Fall.
FiXT is an internationally recognized, 100% independent artist-owned record label. FiXT’s catalog of music has garnered over 2 billion online streams connecting with a core audience of gamers, sci-fi enthusiasts and comic book fans. Founded in 2006, FIXT has offices in Los Angeles and Iowa and serves a worldwide fanbase of customers in over 130 countries. FiXT’s label roster includes: Celldweller, Circle of Dust, The Anix, Raizer, Fight The Fade, Soul Extract, Voicians, NUTRONICand more.
FiXT’s music has received over 1,000 Film/TV/Video Game placements, including titles such as: Westworld, Power Rangers, Lexus, Suicide Squad, Iron Man, Robocop, Jack Reacher, Deadpool, Lucy, Pacific Rim, Call of Duty, Assassin’s Creed, Dead Rising, UFC, NFL, MLB and more.