Returning from a prolonged break, bass-artist DEMUR is back at it in his newest single “Fight No Longer.” Additionally, just last week he resurrected ‘The Demur Podcast’ in which past episodes are available for listening.
“Fight No Longer” is an emblem marking not only DEMUR’s commanding return to the scene, but also of the sort of adventurous music we can expect to hear in the coming months. A gritty heart at track, the song builds up with fiery power and raw rhythms that grind against the track’s foundational rock momentum. Layered with a distressed and gripping vocal, “Fight No Longer” adheres to any and all of us who have roots in the pop punk genres. Reminiscent of the sort of insanity that comes from artists like Sullivan King and Kayzo, “Fight No Longer” has quite an irresistible pull.
“Life is a never ending struggle, I wanted to reflect on that concept in the form of a song. Music that would motivate people on the long road when things get rough, an anthem for the relentless pursuit.” – DEMUR
Having previously opened for Pegboard Nerds at Avalon and altogether amassing over 1.5 million streams, DEMUR has a cutting-edge charisma that can’t be ignored. Stay tuned for more new thrills and podcast episodes by DEMUR.
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