“Fight is a letter in two parts: a gesture of solidarity with the Black community and communities of colour, as they face their daily oppression at the hands of systemic racism; and it’s a wake-up-call to the white community that such oppressions do in fact exist, and that we must acknowledge these oppressions and fight alongside marginalised communities as allies,” Billy Lunn explains.
Fight is the first release on the band’s new label Alcopop, who were rather excited with their new link up:
“Bloody hell! So we’ve only gone and signed bona fide rock n’ roll queens The Subways! Patrons of our heart for many a year, the magical band are now hanging out here at Team Pop, and new single FIGHT is out today (and more accurately in terms of going into shops and stuff – Friday!) “
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The Subways – Fight! (shor.by)
Having just been able to squeeze in some live dates on the anniversary of their debut album Young For Eternity (when they also had an exclusive chat with Live4ever) before the first lockdown hit last year, details of a rescheduled 2nd leg have now been confirmed.
23 – Norwich, The Waterfront
24 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
25 – London, O2 Forum
30 – Nottingham, Rock City
1 – Bristol, O2 Academy
2,3 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms