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Fightstar Tour Dates & Tickets Announced

Tuesday, 01 December 2009 Written by Saard
fightstar tickets & tour dates announced

Heavy guitar, growling voices, post-hardcore sensibilities and a genre mixing style mark Fightstar as a band to watch, and listen to obviously. They’ve been ferreting away for a few years and have some albums under their belt, including the latest ‘Being Human’. Click Here to Compare & Buy Fightstar Tickets

More recently, Fightstar abandoned their label, ‘Gut Records’ and released ‘Being Human’ on their own record label ‘Search & Destroy’ in a bid to get back some creative control. One thing they’ve done with this is attempted to make the music more cinematic, they even got an orchestra involved, though being without their previous label’s budget, they roped in the music class from their old school.

Chaz Simpson has come a long way since his teen-pleasing pop punk days as a member of Busted. His pockets are probably emptier but he’s expanded the black section in his wardrobe. Let’s pretend that’s a metaphor for something.

Fightstar are playing:

Feb 09 Feb - The Concorde 2, Brighton
Feb 10 Feb - Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton
Feb 14 Feb - O2 Academy2, Liverpool
Feb 16 Feb - The Waterfront, Norwich
Feb 17 Feb - Heaven, London

Fightstar tickets are available from Friday December 4th at 9am. Click Here to Compare & Buy Fightstar Tickets







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