(Rhoden was even lucky enough to have a mother who wrote an essay to excuse his absence after he missed three weeks of school.)
Despite its early start, the group's discography consisted of seven-inches, EPs and other odds and ends until May 2011 when well-connected Punk label SideOneDummy Records released Title Fight’s debut record, Shed. Title Fight very much subscribes to the same school of sound as Shook Ones and The Wonder Years — think pulse-quickening tempos (with occasional pit stops for mood), galloping guitars and scratchy, soul-unburdening yelling — but lack the inspired hooks and color to separate themselves from the other stage-dive-friendly acts in their scene. (Shed's “27” is a barn burner, however.) Hopefully, the years to come will mature more than just their looks.
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