It’s no secret that a beautiful song has the power to take you to a parallel universe, surrounded by good feelings. On a grey day in the week, when you need to set the tone, some artists are able to spread energy and positivity in your soul. “Fighting For”, by The Sometimes Island, has this power for our greatest delight.
The song unveils catchy melodies between indie and pop music, rocked by 80s touches. “Fighting For” is an energetic and incredibly pleasant musical journey.
The singer’s voice is also a little pleasure and blends effortlessly. This is a really sincere and innocent indie pop song that represents the best elements of what the genre has always had to offer.
Matt Blankenship Jr. and his band The Sometimes Island have made themselves known in the Los Angeles music scene and beyond with their infectious brand of synth-based indie pop. Taking the sounds of 80’s pop and reimagining them in the context of a millennial dance rock group. Buzznet proclaimed their 2017 EP ‘Bad People’ the future of synthpop.
They established and deepened their synthpop credentials even more with songs like “Phantom Limb” and “Succulent”. Their new single, “Fighting For” exists in an alternate musical universe.