Crossover group Cage Fight release emotive single ahead of summer festivals

UK/ FR crossover aggressors Cage Fight have released a video for ‚My Dreams‘, a single version of the emotive track taken from the band’s self-titled debut album, out now via Candlelight Records. Directed by Alexandre Stark, check out the video here: Cage Fight – My Dreams (Single Version) (

On the track, guitarist James Monteith commented: „The original version of ‚My Dreams‘ is a slow building, almost proggy track that closes our debut album and it was never intended as a single. However, it’s been a big hit live so we reworked it into a snappy more immediate song, and we felt it worked so well it was worth releasing to the world. It also serves as a nice transition to our new music which has taken a darker turn.“

Vocalist Rachel Aspe commented on the video: „Filmed at BTS Audiovisuel – Lycée Suge in Paris, director Alex Stark (who is also the guitarist in our good friends Gravity) captured the misery and struggle of the song perfectly. It visually represents feelings of isolation and when fighting forward, internal battles, and understanding meaning and purpose. Persevering in the face of life’s challenges and defeating internal demons.“

The single is released ahead of a number of festival appearances in 2024, as well as the band’s first club show in Belgium. Currently announced dates:

27 Mar: NO Inferno Fest
06 Jun: PL Mystic Festival
20 Jun: BE Fontaine-l’Évêque, MCP Apache (headline)
21-23 Jun: – DE Full Force
28 Jun: UK Funeral Fest (headline)

On new material, James concludes: „Our second album is about 70% written and we’re very excited to get in the studio to record it later this year. We wrote the first album in 6 months of knowing each other and it was born from pure chemstry, but now we’ve had a few years to really discover our sound, which is deeper, darker and more agressive. We can’t wait to unleash it on the world!“

Cage Fight, whose line-up includes TesseracT guitarist James Monteith and former Eths vocalist Rachel Aspe, will hit the studio this summer to record their second album.