Fightmilk formed in mid-2015, after a string of breakups, mundane jobs and Carly Rae Jepsen-soundtracked dance parties. Their songs are about crushing hard on the wrong people, turning self-pity into an artform, and living with your parents in your late twenties. They are based in London.
They make pop music because they aren’t clever enough for odd time signatures and unexpected chord changes, and not enough people are doing it anyway. You can dance to all of their songs apart from the slow ones, though they’d like you to try and dance to those too.
It’s pity party time.
There are four people in Fightmilk:
Nick plays drums because he’s the most responsible. Well, he has a driver’s license. Bass duties are handled by the devilishly handsome Adam. Alex plays guitar and sings. He’s probably going to offer to make you a mixtape. Sequinned dress-wearing guitar vixen Lily Rae is the band’s resident gobshite with a microphone.