Fight Like Hell

Album: Fight Like Hell (2016)
  • The title track of Tucker Beathard's debut EP, the singer penned the tune with his father, Nashville songwriter Casey Beathard, Dan Isbell and Jonathan Singleton.
  • Tucker Beathard told ABC Radio this is the track on the EP that best describes him. "I think… the title and the message behind that song is… moving and impactful, and it's a message, kind of a moral code that I like to stand by, by sticking to your guns," he explained. "And not only that, I think the song musically represents me the most as an artist."
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