Title Fight - Spring Songs mp3 album
Title: Spring Songs
Style: Punk, Hardcore
Date of release: 2013
Size MP3: 1325 mb
Size FLAC: 1208 mb
Format: FLAC MOD MIDI ASF TTA VOC APE
In most aspects, Spring Songs is the loosest Title Fight recording. Ranging from 2:30-4:00 and removing the BPM and rhythmic strictures of punk, these would all be among the longer tracks on previous LPs Shed and Floral Green. But Spring Songs does leave a lot to the imagination and not simply in the matter of what will the next Title Fight album sound like? Here we have a rock band on an independent record label, whose sound and work ethic are unmistakably punk. And yet, you’re more likely to hear electro-pop or major-label bands such as Chvrches or Haim called indie more often than Title Fight. How is that? Is it because most of time, genre tags are used to described the perceived fanbase than the music itself? If that's the case, Title Fight really are going indie rock on Spring Songs.
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Title Fight played with Fireworks on their tour with Set Your Goals Summer of 2007, ultimately leading to Jeff's (owner of Run For Cover Records) discovery of Title Fight. On October 16, 2008, it was announced that the band had signed to Run for Cover Records. The Last Thing You Forget 7" was recorded in December 2008 at the Getaway. Group in Massachusetts with Jay Maas and released in June 2009 on Run for Cover Records. The 7" featured three new songs while the CD release featured all of their releases to date. The band released their new album, Shed, on May 3, 2011. On February 10, they released a new song off Shed for free download entitled 27 and Shed's album artwork. Title Fight released the four-song EP Spring Songs on November 12, 2013 through Revelation Records, with its second track "Be A Toy" premiering on August 12 through SPIN magazine.
Album · 2013 · 4 Songs. Spring Songs - EP Title Fight. Listen on Apple Music.
Title Fight - Spring Songs.
Spring Songs EP. Don’t let the name fool you: Spring Songs is definitely not a collection of cheery toe-tappers from the usually gloomy Kingston, Pennsylvania, four-piece. Nope, the plodding four-track EP carries on right where 2012’s Floral Green left off, exploring more of the sludgy, ruminating neo-grunge and Jawbreaker-esque ’90s punk that’s become the band’s hallmark. By Colin A Henderson. Listen to Title Fight - Spring Songs in full in the this site app. Play on this site.