Forming in July 2017, you don’t get much newer than alternative hardcore band LIFETIGHT, who are streaming their debut EP Self-Tightled ahead of its release on 3rd November via Crooked Noise Records.
First premiered via Impericon, check out the EP in full here:
In the band’s own words:
“LIFETIGHT is a band built on positive energy and our upcoming EP Self-Tightled is purely built upon riffs fuelled by that energy! We’re stoked to be releasing this with Crooked Noise as they’ve shown interest from the beginning and seem to know the exact vibe we’re going for. Basically, they understand us completely, and we like that.”
Rising from the ashes of Lock & Key, LIFETIGHT’s Self-Tightled is a straight-up, no-holds-barred, two-stepping alternative hardcore EP in the finest traditions of the genre. For fans of Hatebreed and Beartooth, the band draw on personal experiences in writing the EP (mental health, the military) to create this positive energy.
The band have had a busy Autumn, playing Deadbolt Festival (alongside Oceans Ate Alaska, WSTR, and more), Canvas’ album release show in London, and Our Hollow, Our Home’s inaugural one-day festival, Holloween.
Championed by Alex Baker of Kerrang! Radio (“They are LIFETIGHT and I’m stoked to be playing them”) the band have also already achieved success on Spotify, being added to official playlists by the likes of Impericon and Fronz from Attila’s ‘The Sickest’. This is a fast-building band built purely on positivity in an impressively short space of time.
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