Sarah Reeves: Unveiling her inner battle in ‘Get Back Your Fight’

"I’ve done a lot of digging deep and healing this year, but sometimes I surprise myself when something comes up that triggers me or takes me back a few steps"
7 September 2023

The sensational singer, songwriter, and pop artist Sarah Reeves shares her fiery anthem Get Back Your Fight, which is a battle cry, an emotional rollercoaster, and a raw confession all rolled into one.

Get Back Your Fight, which was released via Curb | Word Entertainment, is a fascinating track that takes us on a musical journey through her mental health battles.

As Reeves explains: “I’ve done a lot of digging deep and healing this year, but sometimes I surprise myself when something comes up that triggers me or takes me back a few steps. It’s discouraging, but at the same time, I never want to be afraid to confront those issues that are deeply rooted in my heart. Let’s keep growing, keep healing; and don’t be too hard on yourself when you mess up. No hurt is ever wasted. We’re all in this together. Be kind to one another,” Reeves adds: “I’m so glad this song is helping and connecting with so many of you.”

It all started with a reel—a glimpse into the creative process of a rising star. Reeves posted a video of herself demoing the first verse and chorus of Get Back Your Fight, offering an intimate view of the song’s genesis. Little did she know that this vulnerable moment would be the catalyst for a massive wave of support and connection with fans. In just a month, she gained an astonishing 25,000 new followers on social media. The clip, shared far and wide, propelled Reeves into a challenge she was more than willing to accept: completing a song that digs deep into her personal struggles.

Get Back Your Fight isn’t just another catchy tune; it’s a lyrical boxing match against fear and depression. Reeves wears her heart on her sleeve as she sings about slapping on a fake smile, suppressing her issues, and letting the darkness of depression wreak havoc on her psyche. It’s a candid confession that many can relate to, a message of solidarity with anyone who’s ever fought their inner demons.

Sarah Reeves is set to keep the musical momentum going, with more releases in the pipeline leading up to a full-length LP expected this fall.

Get Back Your Fight works as a perfect example of how music has the ability to heal, bring people together, and ignite our spirits.

Photos by Sophia Matinazad