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Watch The Video For Title Fight’s Dreamy, Smeared “Chlorine”

Eerie visuals for the PA punks’ impressionistic new song.

December 01, 2014

Kingston, PA punks Title Fight offered a searing collection of songs in the form of this year's Spring Songs EP, and the band's not wasting any time: they've signed to punk haven Anti-, who'll release their new album, Hyperview, on February 3. As evidenced by lead single "Chlorine," the band's taking a darker, more atmospheric turn this time around, with swirling textures reminiscent of No Age's own passionate burn. The song's accompanied by some seriously eerie visuals documenting a boat trip gone horribly awry.

"Hyperview is a state of increased vision, of acute awareness," Title Fight said in an email to FADER. "One in which foresight is even sharper than hindsight. "Chlorine", is a culmination of all attributes, but not limited to any particular one."

Lead Photo: Susy Cereijo

Watch The Video For Title Fight’s Dreamy, Smeared “Chlorine”