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Fightstar Drop New Song, Sink With The Snakes

Returning Brit-rockers Fightstar have dropped a brand new track! Give it a listen here and be sure to pre-order their forthcoming album Behind The Devil’s Back.
Fightstar 2015

Fightstar have unleashed a new song, Sink With The Snakes.

The song is taken from the band’s forthcoming album, Behind The Devil’s Back, which is set for release on October 16 via Fightstar’s own record label. You can pre-order the full-length over at

This album is fresh and modern but still uniquely identifiable as Fightstar. We hope the fans will love it as much as we do, as we had a lot of fun making it. Since we had been away so long, once we were in the studio the ideas flew thick and fast, and the album took shape very organically. It’s a true collaborative effort between all four of us, and it shows that our chemistry is still as sharp as ever. Can’t wait for everyone to hear it!” exclaims frontman Charlie Simpson.

Check out the track below and let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Catch Fightstar on the road at the following:


17 London Troxy
18 Southampton University
19 Exeter Steelyard
21 Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
22 Norwich Waterfront
24 Manchester Ritz
25 Newcastle University
27 Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
28 Aberdeen Garage

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Posted on October 9th 2015, 3:58p.m.
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