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Worcester, UK melodic-punks Fights and Fire release new single ‘Disposable Dogs’

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There’s nothing ‘disposable’ about Fights and Fires new single. Check it out!

Worcester melodic-punks Fights and Fires have just unleashed their new single ‘Disposable Dogs‘ through Lockjaw Records. The track is the lead single from their forthcoming new EP ‘Future Plans And The Things That Ruin Them’, scheduled for release on the 18th February 2022.

The new EP was written throughout 2020, during the various lockdown periods. Countless hours were spent writing over Zoom calls between the member’s homes in Worcester, England, Ffarmers, Wales and Morzine in France.

The band were able to reunite in the summer of 2021 to spend a day rehearsing before heading straight into the studio to record the EP. This was the first time the band had met in person since March 2020, when their tour of France was cut in half due to the first European lockdown. 

Whilst the world has been seemingly crumbling around us, vocalist Philip Cox explains, “the only real theme of the EP is hope. The subject matter is often about hard times or struggles, but the message is always one of finding a better way or a light at the end of the tunnel.”

Fights & Fires will be hitting the road throughout February 2022, supporting the new EP, with shows in Stafford, Lincoln, Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee.

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‘Future Plans And The Things That Ruin Them’ will be released on the 18th February 2022
Pre-Order: https://fightsandfires.bandcamp.com/

Fights & Fires Tour Dates

10 Feb 2022 – Stafford, Redrum
11 Feb 2022 – Lincoln, Akedo
12 Feb 2022 – Birmingham, The Victoria
13 Feb 2022 – London, New Cross Inn
17 Feb 2022 – Glasgow, Bloc
18 Feb 2022 – Edinburgh, Banshee Labyrinth
19 Feb 2022 – Dundee, Rad Apples

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