Title Fight Share ‘Hyperview’ Details, Stream Lead Single “Chlorine”

Titlefight Hyperview

Back in July, Title Fight announced that they had joined forces with ANTI-, and would be enlisting acclaimed producer Will Yip to aid in the production of their third full-length album. Now, after months of not-so-patiently waiting, fans have finally been offered their first glimpse of the group’s latest effort, a follow-up to 2013’s Spring Songs EP.

According to FADER, the Pennsylvania punk’s new record will be titled Hyperview, and it will hit shelves on February 3 of next year. The outfit has also graced us with the album’s lead single, “Chlorine,” which can be enjoyed at the bottom of this post, after the jump.

“’Hyperview’ is a state of increased vision, of acute awareness,” the group told FADER via email. “One in which foresight is even sharper than hindsight. ‘Chlorine’ is a culmination of all attributes, but not limited to any particular one.”

Let us know what you think of “Chlorine” in the replies, and follow UTG on Twitter for future updates.

Titlefight Hyperview

Hyperview Track Listing:

1.) Murder Your Memory
2.) Chlorine
3.) Mrahc
4.) Your Pain is Mine Now
5.) Rose of Sharon
6.) Trace Me Onto You
7.) Liar’s Love
8.) Dizzy
9.) New Vision

Kyle Florence

Kyle Florence is a proud Wisconsinite, a dinosaur enthusiast, and a lover of all things weird and whacky.
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