I Fight Fail has announced plans to release their Standby Records debut “Voyages and Vantage Points” on October 7 .

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I Fight Fail is a space rock band from Canton, Ohio, delivering a patented combination of alternative guitar textures, electronica and pop/rock, reminiscent of 30 Seconds to Mars, Angels and Airwaves, Incubus and Blink 182. The four-piece lineup features Andy Potter on lead vocals and bass, Daryl Johnson on guitar and vocals, Anthony Carter on drums and Zach Negulis on guitar and vocals, and was formed in 2013 from the ashes of their previous band, Where Are You Houston. With an airy, hypnotic vibe, their sound is imminently danceable and trance-y, their musical chemistry immediately evident as soon as they hit the stage.

Collectively, they have shared stages with bands that include Go Radio, Hawthorne Heights, Breathe Carolina, Tonight Alive, E For Explosion, Red Sun Rising, Nothing More, Wilson and Just Surrender. They have been featured in Alternative Press Magazine as well as Substream Music Press, and are a favorite on local radio stations as well as Akron University’s ZTV Lowdown. Their debut EP, titled Move Me was released in 2014, and in 2015, the video for its single “Nothing Bleeds” was hand picked to be featured in 2500 Journeys stores across the United States.

Their latest single and video for the song “Are You Okay” was just released on Blank TV (watch it below), a popular YouTube station with over six hundred thousand subscribers. They have played Van’s Warped Tour, and after being invited to showcase at the Launch Music Conference in Lancaster, PA, are continuing on to headline their own tour of the East Coast and Midwest through 2016. Get to know I Fight Fail, and connect with them on their social channels for live show alerts, new music and more.

Upcoming Shows:
October 7 – Akron, OH at Musica
November 13 – Columbus, OH at Rumba Cafe

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