New London band Fuzz Skyler announce their arrival on the rock scene today with their brand-new single Don’t Fight It Out. The catchy new track offers up an anthemic chorus and piano-pop melodies alongside soaring guitar riffs and showcases their ability to channel classic rock sounds into their own unique musical melting pot. It’s on all streaming platforms now, and also comes with a new video.
Written at the age of nineteen by frontman Fuzz, Don’t Fight It Out is about using music to overcome depression and isolation. “It’s the tale of a frustrated man in his adolescence who struggles to socialise with others and who regularly ends up in physical confrontations,” he explains. “The ‘lady’ in this scenario is completely imaginary – a figment of his imagination. She is his force for good, the ‘angel’ as opposed to the ‘demon’.”
Fuzz Skyler are a five-piece rock band based in London. Influenced by genre giants Queen, Oasis and David Bowie, their music is driven by catchy classic rock melodies, dynamic lead vocals and a passion to restore rock n’ roll to the very top of the musical tree.
The group came together under British-Iranian lead singer and keys player, Fuzz Marand. He headhunted British drummer Mark Howarth at a Bowie tribute act, a suitably fitting recruitment for his brand of 70’s influenced songwriting. Portuguese and Greek guitarists Dan Pereira and Kostas Paraskevas insisted they came as a pair when auditioning and share a musical telepathy that powers the band’s big riffs. Lithuanian bassist Arnie was the final piece to the musical puzzle and solidified the line-up.