Title Fight - Kingston
Record Label: Flight Plan Records
Release Date: February 2, 2007
Who: Title Fight are a fresh faced quartet hailing from Pennsylvania and who play a blazing fast brand of pop-punk that pays homage to old school Saves The Day, Lifetime, and their hometown of Kingston.
How Is It?: Rapid fire drumming, blazing guitar riffs, and snotty vocals pervade every nook and cranny of Kingston, and they may not be breaking new ground, but they do as good a job as any other band out there in keeping the sound scene luminaries started alive. For someone who can’t stand a majority of the pop-punk bands dominating mainstream media, Title Fight is a breath of fresh air and reminds me not only of the older pop-punk bands I have only recently discovered, but the local shows that dominated my summers throughout high school. Title Fight’s Kingston 7” is the perfect answer to the prayers of those who wish Saves The Day never left the Can’t Slow Down years. Unfortunately Kingston is only three tracks and seven minutes long, but these songs should be plenty to tide listeners over until a full-length is released.
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