Last spring, Pennsylvania-based hardcore band Title Fight opened for Rise Against on their Endgame tour. The tour was Title Fight's biggest American tour yet, and they were so gracious as to give us a little look into what went on behind-the-scenes. In the first part of the documentary, the boys give insight on playing the biggest venues they have so far, not caring about people who don't care about them, and writing songs on the road for the first time.
Part 1 of 2 directed and edited by Alex Henery.
Catch them on tour this fall:
9/20 at Garage - London
9/21 at Muziekcentrum Trix - Antwerp
9/22 at Melkweg Sugar Factory - Amsterdam
9/23 at La Boule Noire - Paris
9/24 at Abart - Zurich
9/26 at WUK - Vienna
9/27 at Universum - Stuttgart
9/28 at Backstage - Munchen
9/29 at Postbahnhof - Berlin
9/30 at Knust - Hamburg
10/1 at 007 - Prague
10/2 at Conne Island - Leipzig
10/3 at Batschkapp - Frankfurt
10/4 at Stollwerck - Cologne
10/5 at FZ W - Dortmund
10/26 at Smiling Moose - Pittsburgh, PA
10/27 at Magic Stick - Detroit, MI
10/28 at Reggie's Rock Club - Chicago,IL
10/30 at Triple Rock Social Club - Minneapolis, MN
1031 at Waiting Room - Omaha, NE
11/1 at Marquis Theater - Denver, CO
11/2 at Mojo's Gallery - Ogden, UT
11/3 at The Venue - Boise, ID
11/4 at The Vera Project - Seattle, WA
11/5 at Hawthorne Theatre - Portland, OR
11/6 at Sub-Mission Art Space - San Francisco, CA
11/7 at The Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA
11/8 at Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock - Los Angeles, CA
11/9 at Chain Reaction - Anaheim, CA
11/10 at The Underground - Mesa, AZ
11/11 at Gasworks - Albuquerque, NM
11/13 at Club Dada - Dallas, TX
11/14 at Red 7 - Austin, TX
11/15 at Walter's - Houston, TX
11/16 at The Forge - Birmingham, AL
11/17 at Phoenix - Jacksonville, FL
11/18 at The Talent Farm - Pembroke Pines, FL
11/19 at Transitions - Tampa, FL
11/20 at New Brookland Tavern - West Columbia, SC
11/21 at DC9 - Washington, DC
11/23 at Kingdom - Richmond, VA
11/24 at Now That's Class - Cleveland, OH
11/25 at Sneaky Dees - Toronto, Canada
11/26 at Sala Rosa - Montreal, Canada
11/27 at The Sinclair - Boston, MA
11/28 at The Space - Hamden, CT
11/29 at Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY
11/30 at Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA
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