A revolution begins with people who are willing to relentlessly chase the one thing that makes them come alive. It begins with those who are eager to live in the reality that there is nothing left to lose. It is beginning in Atlanta, GA with a marvelous machine of rock and roll goodness known as The Goodfight. In the summer of 2004, The Goodfight went into Glow in the Dark studios with producer Matt Goldman (Cartel, Copeland, Denison Marrs) to record their first full length album entitled 'Home Again.' The story of this record will be sure to attract everyone who likes good music as Jonathan Rich, front man of The Goodfight, wears his heart on his sleeve to gracefully layer challenging lyrics amongst thick guitars and infectious hooks. Shying away from the conventional train of indie. Fused rock, The Goodfight brings a fresh perspective to a cliche. Driven scene as they lace their power pop sing. A.longs with dynamic keyboards and ambitious guitars, the likes of which suggest that _(insert your favorite 80's metal band here)_ proudly decorates the band's record collection. These songs ignite an enthusiasm that is the fire for their energetic live show...one that dares the audience to engage in the reality of life, the pressure of existence, and the sincerity of hope.