Pop punk quartet Fight For Friday have released their latest video “Target Practice” below, with vocalist/guitarist Seb Harper saying of the track: “It’s the most intense and serious song that we’ve ever written. It’s about how people when they see you doing better than them, they are constantly trying to drag you down; how you’ve got to rise above that and brush those toxic people off if you want to succeed in anything.”
Discussing the video itself Harper reveals: “We decided to film it in my living room! As the song is obviously intense and dark, a living room setting contradicts that, as a place you would relax and chill out in.” The band also profess that “Target Practice” is “probably the heaviest track” on their forthcoming EP Someone You Could Trust, the five-tracker which will be self-released on May 11th.
New EP “Someone You Could Trust” out 11/05/18 https://www.facebook.com/fightforfriday/ https://www.instagram.com/fightforfriday_ig/ SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/19pGz5zDDUtfh7jjzJWVhH?si=4PaC1O9oSHu3StiwbkZYmg iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/fight-for-friday/1134476672 BANDCAMP: https://fightforfridaymusic.bandcamp.com/ LYRICS: Take me out, its getting to me, I guess the pain is permanent.