Kush Kush – Fight Back With Love Tonight (Club Mix)


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.

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