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Summer Hits

by Fights

Double drumming, fuzz bass, sweet synth lines, sticky sweet pop melodies, and unmatched energy in a somewhat messy psychedelic swirl of chaotic beauty. Art in pop form.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Four Leaf Clover
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2. The Role of the Martyr
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3. So Down So Down
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4. Questions
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5. Shellac
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6. Ordinary
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A super-group? Perhaps...
In the midst of a long journey, the powerful sextet from Lafayette, La known as FIGHTs has found a fresh sound and an unmistakable uniqueness. The labyrinth of its evolution, from concept to present-day, has become a mini-legend in local lore. Also known as "The Formal Institute of Great Hit Tunes" the band relies on the double drumming of Dallas Griffith and Danny Devillier. Playing infectious, up-beat, dancy grooves, this percussive powerhouse is complemented by the counterpoint of thumping, fuzzy bass from Matthew O'Neal, and the sweet, slinky synthesizer lines of Brycen Gaddis. All accompanied by a symphony of otherworldly sounds from the mad mind of J Burton, and then completed with soaring, heart wrenching wails from J and vocalist Jessie Lalonde.


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