Premiere: Nick Panchuk Discusses Pushing Through Hard Times On New Single ‘Fire Fight’


Pop-rock singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Nick Panchuk is back with his new single ‘Fire Fight’, we’re excited to be running the premiere!

Demonstrating his uncanny abilities as a composer, producer and performer ‘Fire Fight’ is full of well-crafted instrumentation and affecting lyricism which gets underneath your skin right from the first listen. Catchy vocal lines, driving distorted guitars, cinematic electronics and pulsing drums come together to create a multifaceted sound encompassing elements of pop, electronica and rock. Nick’s pure, emotive vocal delivery shines over the intense instrumentation to polish off the track, giving it a hook and bringing all of the varying elements together expertly. 

Speaking about the new single, Nick explains: “The song intentionally relates to different things for different people. When the song was written, I was going through some darker times and was struggling to find somebody there for support. I always had myself to push me forward though, to not give up. This is what the song relates to, this internal (or for some people, external) fight with yourself or with someone or something that pushes you forward in times when things get tough and you want to give up. Give up on your dreams, give up on the people that love you, give up on life really. For some people, the song talks about the important people in their life that pushed them through when they wanted to give up. For some, it will be speaking to their internal self belief. 

Anyone who ever went through tough times will know that sometimes, it is a monumental struggle to even get out of bed, a never ending Fire Fight, but everyone has that someone or something in their life to give them the necessary strength to get through anything, it’s only a matter of finding that something.”

The new single ‘Fire Fight’ is released everywhere tomorrow, listen below:

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