LOS ANGELES ska-punk band The Interrupters will play the Leeds O2 Academy on February 1 to promote their third studio album Fight The Good Fight.

Singer Aimee will “cool you off with her gravelly chops and punky petulance”, as one reviewer put it, when they play the headline gig.

Fight The Good Fight was produced by longtime collaborator, Rancid frontman and Grammy Award-winning producer Tim Armstrong, and mixed by Grammy-award winning mixer Tom Lord-Alge who has worked with Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Weezer.

The first single She’s Kerosene was described as an intense but triumphant track featuring The Interrupters’ quintessential upbeat sound, with frontwoman Aimee reflecting on breaking free from narcissistic abuse.

The follow-up to 2015’s Say It Out Loud, Fight The Good Fight finds The Interrupters delivering their two-tone-inspired, powerfully melodic, punk-fueled sound with more vitality than ever before.

Formed in 2011, The Interrupters came together when the Bivina brothers (guitarist Kevin Bivona, bassist Justin Bivona, drummer Jesse Bivona) found themselves on bills with Aimee during a 2009 tour.

With their self-titled debut arriving in 2014, the band soon shared stages with bands like Rancid, Blink-182, and Bad Religion. The Interrupters embarked on a world tour in support of the release, headlining their own shows as well as supporting Green Day in Europe, Australia and South America.