SARAH MARY CHADWICK – ” Let’s Fight “

Posted: October 9, 2020 in MUSIC
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Sarah Mary Chadwick today shares the visual accompaniment to her “upbeat, jangly” track ‘Let’s Fight’, one of our favourites from her incredible album ‘Please Daddy’ which was released in January of this year. 
Premiering via American Songwriter, the ‘Let’s Fight’ clip is was shot on location over a weekend in Tasmania, by fellow Rice Is Nice artist Brent Griffin aka SPOD. 
Chadwick says in a statement; “Tim [Deane-Freeman] the drummer insists I can’t play this song live but he’s tripping cause I invented it. The video was shot over a dream weekend with people I love. Life’s hard and it’s easy to fight but it’s the best thing in my life to me when you grab the joy that you can.” 
Rolling Stone Australia have today featured ‘Let’s Fight’ as a Song You Need To Know, writing that “the track and its accompanying video is some of the finest work from Sarah Mary Chadwick to date”. 
Sarah Mary Chadwick is one of Australia’s finest contemporary songwriters and lyricists, and we are incredibly excited to share new material with you very soon!

“’Let’s Fight’ is a jangly, rousing song about wanting to instigate conflict, and it features some of Please Daddy’s most wounded, confrontational lyrics.” American Songwriter 
“With lyrics that relate to the titular call for conflict, its outward sheen is as upbeat and jangly as ever, and easily serves as one of Chadwick’s finest tunes to date thanks to it’s almost intoxicating nature.” Rolling Stone Australia

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