It’s safe to say that you are familiar with the catchy melody being used in „Fight Back With Love Tonight“ and you are right – British music act White Town used it 1997 in their hit single „I Could Never Be Your Woman“ – peaking at number 1 on the UK Singles Charts as well as in Spain, several other Top10 chart entries in other countries followed rapidly.
The main melody is originally from a song called „My Woman“, a swing track composed in 1932 by Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band featuring Al Bowlly on vocals – one of the biggest UK vocalists back in the 30s.
Now its 2017 and a yet unknown music production team called Kush Kush are applying this legendary melody in their first single release „Fight Back With Love Tonight“.Identifiable only by their rabbit-styled-masks, their names and location are still mystery. The name itself is of persian origin and could be translated as “happy” or “attractive”. Furthermore “Kush” describes a strain of Cannabis, cultivated for thousands of years in the Hindu-Kush mountains – check the song „K.U.S.H.“ (Keeps Us So High) by Cypress Hill to see where they might get their inspiration from.
Kush Kush’s approach of using this well-known melody could be described as the modern way – a downbeat electronica instrumental combined with trap drums, melodic synthesizer pad sounds, rounded up by atmospheric and emotional male vocals.
The meaning of the lyrics is quite simple and on point: „Get it on, get it on – fight back with love tonight“
„Fight Back With Love Tonight“ is taking you to a higher state.
After 1,3 million Spotify streams, 75.000 YouTube views and over 400.000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Kush Kush enter the dancefloors with their Club Mix. The pounding 4-to-the-floor beat, a heavyweight bassline and driving percussions provide a perfect base for the catchy melody. Everything ready for an uplifting club tune.