Pop rock singer-songwriter Chandler Juliet has maintained a steady output, kicking off the first half of the New Year with “The Fight”. The single made its debut to online music outlets last Thursday, and features production by Revolver Recordings personnel including Dean Dinning, Jacob Williams, and Mikal Blue. During the verses, Juliet’s vocals bounce with competent fluency while bolstered by hooky digi-drums. The song’s foundation is predominately of the punchy acoustic variety, and the chorus brings that potential to the forefront. By this point, Juliet sounds especially well-blended in the mix of guitars—shimmering, jangly, and all the more breathable. When put in the context of the lyric video (created by Rise Revive), it’s as if Juliet is looking back on her formative grounds, embracing the dizzying, frightful, and joyful aspects of her musical journey thus far. The retrospective-esque color palette gives way to that notion, carrying a subdued lyric font that equally represents the song and video as a whole.