Fight The Quiet is an Alternative Americana band formed in Flagstaff, Arizona by Nathan James (lead vocals, guitar). The lineup was completed with the addition of Christian Hayden (drums), Andy Pollitt (guitars), and Casey Reed (guitar, keyboards, vocals) during the production of their 2013 release, "The City Below."
The band recorded in Nashville over the course of three months with producer J. Hall. "The City Below" is a follow-up to 2010's EP "Let Me In," which included songs that were featured on MTV, VH1, and Clear Channel's 'Artists to Watch' alongside radio favorites Neon Trees and Mumford & Sons.
The band has become known for their extensive touring, marketable sound, and energetic stage presence. Having performed over 350 shows in support of "Let Me In," Fight The Quiet shows no signs of slowing down.
"The City Below" can be described as an eccentric mix of The Killers, The Police, and Counting Crows. This latest effort from Fight The Quiet is not only a worthy successor to "Let Me In," but a progression into the intricacy of American Pop.