Debuting today on AOL Music Main Page and AOL's NOISECREEP is the brand new video "SHED" by Kingston, PA's TITLE FIGHT from their SideOneDummy album of the same name. Filmed on grainy Super 8mm film, the video captures the gritty independent spirit for which the band is known.
"Back in April we went into the woods and filmed a video for 'Shed' with a Super 8 camera," explained vocalist/bassist Ned Russin to AOL. "Kevin Custer directed it and we're excited how it came out."
The video can be seen exclusively at AOL here:
Currently on the cover of Issue #280 of Alternative Press, the band is kicking off this year's AP Tour, alongside Four Year Strong, Gallows, The Swellers and Sharks on October 13 in Allentown, PA (tour dates below).
Recorded with producer/musician Walter Schreifels (Gorilla Biscuits, Quicksand, Rival Schools), Shed debuted at #8 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart upon release in May and generated accolades from Alternative Press, Kerrang!, Outburn, NME, AMP, and many others. The AV Club called Shed "tight, punchy, and perfect for both heartfelt sing-alongs and circle pits," while Alternative Press described it as "wonderfully rough and ambitious."
Formed in 2003, Title Fight have been an underground favorite for many years since releasing a handful of demos and seven inches. Paired with an intense live show and the ability to meld catchy melodies with the passion of hardcore, the band has garnered comparisons to Jawbreaker, Lifetime, and Seaweed, to name a few.
Title Fight is Jamie Rhoden (guitar, vocals), Ned Russin (bass, vocals), Shane Moran (guitar), and Ben Russin (drums).
TITLE FIGHT ON AP TOUR
with Four Year Strong, Gallows, The Swellers and Sharks
10-13 Allentown, PA (Crocodile Rock Café)
10-14 Baltimore, MD (Rams Head Live)
10-15 Philadelphia, PA (The Trocadero)
10-16 Boston, MA (House Of Blues)
10-18 Clifton Park, NY (Northern Lights)
10-19 New Haven, CT (Toad’s Place)
10-20 Montreal, QC (La Tulipe)
10-21 Toronto, ON (Phoenix Concert Theatre)
10-22 Columbus, OH (Newport Music Hall)
10-23 Pontiac, MI (The Crofoot)
10-25 Milwaukee, WI (Eagles Ballroom)
10-26 Chicago, IL (Metro)
10-27 St. Paul, MN (Station 4)
10-28 Kansas City, MO (The Beaumont Club)
10-29 Denver, CO (The Summit Music Hall)
10-31 Boise, ID (Knitting Factory)
11-01 Seattle, WA (El Corazon)
11-02 Portland, OR (Hawthorne Theater)
11-04 San Francisco, CA (The Regency Ballroom)
11-05 West Hollywood, CA (House Of Blues)
11-06 San Diego, CA (Soma)
11-08 Pomona, CA (The Glass House)
11-09 Mesa, AZ (The Nile Theater)
11-11 San Antonio, TX (White Rabbit)
11-12 Dallas, TX (House Of Blues)
11-13 Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
11-15 Orlando, FL (Beacham Theater)
11-16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Culture Room)
11-17 St. Petersburg, FL (State Theater)
11-18 Atlanta, GA (The Masquerade)
11-19 Charlotte, NC (Amos’ Southend Music Hall)
11-20 Norfolk, VA (The NorVa)
11-22 New York, NY (Irving Plaza)
11-23 Sayreville, NJ (Starland Ballroom)
11-25 Pittsburgh, PA (Altar Bar)
11-26 Cleveland, OH (House Of Blues)