Fight the Sun is the self-titled debut EP from Australia’s latest rockers, the Melbourne band Fight The Sun. The EP is a punchy four song debut, a sound that is energetic and dynamic.
Fight The Sun is filled with strong riffs and powerful vocals. Each of the four songs has its own unique sound and ability to become a hit – and considering the process behind the EP, where a list of 25 songs was whittled down to just the four songs that were recorded – there is a reason each song makes such an impact.
The band utilise the influence of artists like Muse, Black Sabbath, Led Zepplin, Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age in creating driving and gnarly riffs that can be heard throughout the EP.
Other elements of each of the trio’s most influential artists can also be detected at varying points throughout the four songs. This EP captures the essence of Fight The Sun’s live sound – a controlled chaos that draws audiences in through the music and energy. The band has a sound that matches Melbourne, and a sound that will stick around for a long time.
Reviewed by Perri Digby