Olivia Awbrey | Fight or Fight

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Fight or Fight

by Olivia Awbrey

Portland-grown folk meets underground punk; "If Springsteen had been a woman..." - Fan Testimony
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Fight or Fight
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2. Ones to Make It
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3. Present Tense
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4. New Wheels
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5. All New, All Old
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6. The Wasp
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7. The Way You Want
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Album Notes
"Terrific ...a slightly more epic Esme Patterson." - Chris T-T, UK Songwriter (Xtra Mile Recordings)

"Keep your eyes peeled...Olivia Awbrey is one to watch." - Eugene Weekly

"Packing well-crafted, road-tested tunes on her new record, Olivia Awbrey spreads her folksy wings and brings some outspoken punky, rock and roll energy to her full-band, studio debut while still retaining her softer side." - Vortex Music Magazine

"I really dig it. These songs sound professional, and they're strong." - Nan Warshaw (Co-Founder of Bloodshot Records)

"If Springsteen had been a woman, it would have sounded like your album." - Fan Testimony

Olivia Awbrey is a nationally touring folk-punk songwriter backed by Shane Abrams, Pete Abraham and John-Paul Ortega. She might seem like another Pacific Northwest singer-songwriter with self-absorbed tales of tenuous relationships, political critique and feminist outrage, but these days, is anything more relevant? After self-releasing bedroom-recorded EPs, touring the West Coast solo, and debuting her act at the 2017 Folk Alliance International, her first album, Fight or Fight, is a collection of songs true to Olivia's lyrical and musical nuance.

Fight or Fight has received radio play in the US and UK, and praise from the folk and punk communities alike. A new political voice in her generation, Olivia threads subtle wit throughout her songs, while holding a critical perspective on what she thinks is facing the trajectory of human decency.

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