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Singled Out: Fit for Rivals' Damage and Crash


08/19/2013
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Today Fit for Rivals singer Renee Phoenix tells us about two of their song which have garnered millions of views on YouTube. "Damage" and "Crash" comes from their debut album "Steady Damage" which is being reissued this week by Big 3 Records ahead of the release of their new studio album.

Crash: Crash came from a place of self-discovery. I was going through a time where I was trying to figure out who I was as not only a person, but a musician as well. When I scream, 'save me', I was more-so addressing myself in that I knew I had to pull myself together. I had just moved to a new city and it was my first time ever being away from my family and friends I grew up with. It was an interesting time in my life. Check it out here.

Damage: At this point in my life, I was trying to make sense of a lot of things. I really felt all of the negativity that had piled up in my personal life starting to creep up on me and affect the person I was. 'Steady damage' is in reference to this. Over time, things can wear you down and this was me giving myself some much needed therapy through song. The lyrics, 'I can't wait to see your face, when I make it without you' captured my overall message which is, the best revenge is living well because it's your life, so f**k everyone else. Check it out here.

Learn more about the album and band right here!





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