Like a lot of bands, Fight For Friday began life as an extra-curricular activity while its members were in high school. While some high school bands get distracted by other interests and call it quits, the North West quartet have soldiered on and are now set to release their second EP.
“We are nothing more than a high school band that didn’t stop, carrying on to get to the stage that we are now. It wasn’t the quickest journey but its definitely been fun,” says vocalist/guitarist Seb Harper on the band’s journey so far. Completed by lead guitarist Lloyd Scott-McCullough, bassist Sol Barrow and drummer Matthew Grosvenor, Fight For Friday‘s second EP, ‘Someone You Could Trust’ captures the band’s personal growth while maintaining the pop-punk sound that has been a longtime influence. The end result is introspective and energetic with its five songs covering a range of topics; false apologies, standing up to negative people and mental health awareness. “It’s the first time we’ve ever released anything and thought, ‘This is what we’re supposed to sound like’,” the band tell us.
Ahead of its release this Friday, we’re pleased to streaming ‘Someone You Could Trust’ its entirety.
‘Someone You Could Trust’ EP by Fight For Friday is released on 11th May.
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