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FYF Fest announces line up featuring Flag, Title Fight, Touche Amore, and tons more

Details have just been announced for this year’s FYF Fest. It will take place August 24th and 25th at LA’s Historic Park. The ecletic lineup features Flag, Title Fight, Touche AmoreLemuria and much more.

Check out the full lineup and more details here.

Touche Amore / Title Fight detail upcoming split 7-inch

Touche Amore and Title Fight will be putting out a split 7″ this year for Record Store Day, which falls on April 20th, 2013.  Touché Amoré , who hail from Los Angeles cover Title Fight’s “Crescent-Shaped Depression,” while Title Fight from Kingston, PA, cover Touché Amoré ‘s “Face Ghost.”

There will only be 1,000 of these on Red Vinyl for Record Store Day and  Sea Legs, a record label started by both bands’ booking agent, Merrick Jarmulowicz, will be releasing both songs digitally on Record Store Day. Also look for an additional 4,000 of the first pressing in different colors at a later date.

You can stream clips from both songs right here.

Title Fight announces tour dates

Pennsylvania’s Title Fight has announced an Australian tour with stops in Japan and Hawaii. You can check out the dates here.

Title Fight’s last album, “Floral Green,” was released in September of 2012 on SideOneDummy Records.

Title Fight and Touche Amore releasing split 7-inch

According to Amazon Pennsylvania’s Title Fight will be releasing a split 7-inch with LA based Hardcore act Touche Amore.  Looks like it will be out April 23rd but that’s all we know.

Neither band has confirmed but we’ll let you know once they do.

Interview: Get to know Ned Russin of Title Fight in Run For Cover’s “Small Talk” series

In the latest edition of the Run For Cover Records “Small Talk” series Ned Russin of Title Fight talks about a ton of random shit like his favorite albums, side projects, Japan and acting as a kid.

Check it out here.

Title Fight’s last album, “Floral Green,” was released in September of 2012 on SideOneDummy Records.

Title Fight announce North American tour dates w/ Living With Lions

Back in November, we announced that Title Fight will be playing a few West Coast shows in support of Quicksand. Today, the Pennsylvania punks have announced they’ll be hitting the road for an extensive run of North American tour dates with Living With Lions, which will be mapped around their shows with Quicksand.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations on the tour here.

Title Fight’s last album, “Floral Green,” was released in September of 2012 on SideOneDummy Records.

Title Fight announces east coast dates with Texas Is The Reason

Pennsylvania’s own Title Fight have added several east coast dates with Texas is the Reason. You can check out the list of shows here.

Title Fight’s last album, Floral Green, was released in September on SideOneDummy Records.

Title Fight announce European tour with Dead End Path, Whirr

Kingston, Pennsylvania’s own Title Fight will be touring Europe early next Spring with Dead End Path and Whirr.

The tour begins in Hamburg, Germany and closes in London. Tour dates are available here.

Title Fight’s last album, Floral Green, was released in September on SideOneDummy Records.

Album Review: Title Fight – “Floral Green”

I got into this band pretty late. “Shed”, their first major release, came out last year. I remember thinking, “These guys are sweet”, but didn’t really give it the attention that it deserved. Now, with the release of their second LP, Floral Green, Title Fight has become one of my favorite bands; proving yet again that simple and courageous song writing has the potential to result in an incredible album, regardless of its classification.

Before I start, I want to take the time to show these guys some respect. Title Fight started making music back 2005, and have had the same member throughout their entire career. These two factors, while seemingly quite basic, are actually very important. Modern punk/hardcore bands have a certain approach to music; it’s one of high intensity and quick burnouts; it’s also one of high member turnover rates and often an unbalanced contribution to the song writing process. Title Fight however has remained a compact unit throughout the many years that they have been under the radar, and it is this commitment as a group, and to the music that they write, that defines the sound of the band.

This album has two faces; one that appeals to the hardened bearded types that would enjoy Hot Water Music, Low Talker, and other bands where the front-man is definitely a dude yelling. But it also has a chilled out ambient vibe that is reminiscent 90’s progressive rock. What’s incredible about Title Fight is the way in which they can bounce from one style to the other, and make it seem as if it’s almost expected. Once you get familiar with the album you can hear the subtle changes in vibe consistently throughout each song, properly preparing the listener for what is next to come. This makes Floral Green a good album, and not just a collection of good songs.

Although “Floral Green” effectively blends genres, their ability to write pop-punk is amazing. The amount of hooks in this album is insane. Almost every verse, chorus, bridge, you name it, has a part that can get stuck in your head. Title Fight also do this in a very modest way; it’s not some angelic voice with a 5 part harmony underneath it, rather, it is one idea, sung through one or two voices. However, whenever they do choose to harmonize, it is done in such a tasteful manner; the chorus of the song “Like a Ritual” comes immediately to mind. Of course it’s possible for them to have heavily produced this album, but they didn’t; the approach they took adds honesty and integrity of this bands identity, which I would argue is more important than the significance of a single album.

Title Fight feels like a throw back, which is weird because they’re so fucking young. I feel like these guys maturely understood music at a very young age, and as they started creating music of their own, they gracefully incorporated the finer/cooler elements of pop-punk. Title Fight caters to an older audience of punk-rock fans, but only because this audience is old enough to feel comforted by nostalgia. Their music has this slowed down, almost lazy feel, where the songs don’t feel rushed or forced, but rather play out calmly and naturally; a quality that I feel is absent in a lot of modern music.

All I can say is pick up this album; these guys deserve it. Floral Green is one of the best albums I’ve heard this year. With that said, go pick up Shed for good measure.  I haven’t been able to see Title Fight live yet, but if they come to your home town, go out and show them some love.

Video: Title Fight performs acoustic session at Banquet Records

Title Fight recently performed an acoustic session at Banquet Records in the UK. The entire set can be streamed here.

Title Fight released “Floral Green” on September 18th via SideOneDummy Records.

Full Album Stream: Title Fight – “Floral Green”

Title Fight is currently streaming their new upcoming full-length “Floral Green”. The stream is accompanied by a track-by-track breakdown of the album.

Check it out here.

“Floral Green” is due out on September 18th, through SideOneDummy Records.


Music Video: Title Fight – “Secret Society”

Title Fight has premiered a music video for “Secret Society,” a new song off their upcoming full-length “Floral Green”, due out on September 18th through SideOneDummy Records.

Check it out here.

Title Fight to release single “Secret Society” September 4th

Title Fight will be releasing a new single titled “Secret Society” on September 4th. Check out the artwork to the left.

“Secret Society” will precede the release of the band’s upcoming full-length “Floral Green”, which will be released on September 18th through SideOneDummy Records.

Video: Title Fight post 2nd video in mini documentary

Pennsylvania punkers Title Fight have released another video in their mini documentary series, this time focusing on the band’s time in the studio recording their upcoming “Floral Green” album.  You can check it out here.

“Floral Green”, will be released on September 18th through SideOneDummy Records.

Title Fight post Part One of Tour Documentary

Pennsylvania punkers Title Fight have just posted the first video in a series of their time on the road.

The band recently toured with Rise Against during the April and May months, during which members gave little “confessionals” as to their sentiments during the tour.

You can check out the 13-minute Part One video here.

The band’s newest work, “Floral Green”, will be released on September 18th through SideOneDummy Records.