Chilliwack secondary school grads Bronsen Rasmussen, Dustin Price and Richard Franklin want your vote.
The three musicians make up the band Chilled Clarity, one of 12 groups competing in Band Fight, a battle of the bands taking place this month in Vancouver.
Band Fight involves up-and-coming groups duking it out-in a real boxing ring- for the grand prize of one professionally recorded song and full radio promotion courtesy of AMP Records and 99.3 The Fox.
The event runs over four nights, the first of which was on Nov. 7. On Nov. 14, Chilled Clarity faces off against Storeys of Youth, Viginia Leaves and Men of the West.
Four more bands face off on Nov. 21.
The winner of each night each get an opportunity for an interview on The Fox's Indie Night in Canada and all artists get exposure in Vancouver and in The Fox's listening area, according to the organizers.
The winners of each night, along with one wild card band, will compete in the Nov. 28 main event. Fan votes will help qualify the wild-card entrants, so log on to www. amprecordsco.com to vote for Chilled Clarity.
All the shows are at the Library Square Pub in Vancouver. Tickets are $8 in advance at TicketZone.com and the Donnelly Group website at donnellygroup.ca or $10 at the door.