LATE NIGHT FIGHTS Releases “Prison” Off of 'Renal 911'

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Minneapolis, MN based rock band LATE NIGHT FIGHTS has released the Official Music Video for their single, “Prison,” off their sophomore release, Renal 911.

“This video is dedicated to those who feel trapped, lost or like there’s nothing you can do to make things right. Hold close in your hearts all of the talented, spirited, and influential beings that fought the vice grips of depression, addiction, and suicide. We miss you dearly.” – LATE NIGHT FIGHTS

 

If you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.

Out of the bi-polar, seasonally depressed, alcohol-induced acid-reflux heart of the north emerges Minneapolis rockers Late Night Fights. Drawing influences from Grunge, Alternative, and Post-Hardcore, the sophomore release Renal 911, produced by James Harley (Quietdrive, Prince) and mixed by Dan Korneff (Breaking Benjamin, Pierce the Veil), delivers angst and melody reminiscent of the Seattle Grunge era, but with a modern edge. Late Night Fights is the rock response to all the physical, psychological, and emotional battles that keep you up at night.

Band Members: Ryan (Lead Vox/Guitar), Shane (Bass), & Daniel (Drums)
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