Seattle rock duo Fight and Flight balance a heavy sound with melody and precision for a full, accessible sound. The band’s music features Harrison Walter’s technical, but melodic guitar riffs and catchy vocals, paired with Jeff Crouse’s virtuosic, never-dull drumming. The band draws from rock influences like Deftones and Nirvana to the dance beats of Daft Punk and LCD Soundsystem.

Harrison and Jeff met at a bar in Seattle in 2017. Since then, they’ve played regularly in the greater Seattle scene at festivals like Frozen Fest and the Substation Street Fair and have opened for national acts like Lethal Injektion. In 2020, Fight and Flight released their debut 5-song EP called “Gorilla”, mixed by Mikel Perkins and mastered by the acclaimed Seattle producer Jack Endino. The EP includes the eponymous epic “Gorilla” and their live staple, the heaviest version of Beyoncé’s anthemic “Crazy in Love” that you will ever hear.