Fight The Fade Is an American rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, formed in 2009. Fight The Fade has released four studio albums: What We Know (2012), Second Horizon (2014), Second Horizon Reimagined (2015), and the self-titled Fight the Fade (2016). They also have released two EPs, a self-titled EP (2009) which featured their former lead vocalist Jason McPhail, as well as "Masks" (2017). Fight the Fade also covered the hit pop song, "Cool Kids" by Echosmith, and recieved much positive praise and attention off that cover. They released two independant singles as well, "This Is What You Came For" (2016) and a modern remaster of an early hit of theirs, "House of Cards" (2018).
After playing numerous shows in their hometown, the quintet set out on self-booked tours in 2010 while still remaining independent. In 2013. Fight The Fade's commitment to the road had allowed them to tour the country and back, sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in music, Switchfoot, Thousand Foot Krutch, Underoath, Skillet, Disciple, Fireflight, The Letter Black, Love & Death (Ft. Brian "Head" Welch of Korn), As I Lay Dying, Red, and Newsboys to name a few.
May of 2012 brought the new era of Fight The Fade with "What We Know" the debut EP of the newly featured lineup. The EP featured hit singles "House Of Cards" & "Tomorrow" of which gained regional and national success. The record also saw release of a music video for the title track, along with 2 official lyric videos.