Produced in Alberta, Canada with the Griffiths siblings, bassist/vocalist Brittany and guitarist/vocalist Kier, the noise rock-loving Fist Town began playing displays around their hometown of Lethbridge in ’09 2009. By using guitarist Evan Truck Reekum and drummer Ryan Grieve, they didn’t waste materials much time documenting and launching their first record, Hunting You. Released with the Cleveland label Deceased Beat this year 2010, the record was filled with fresh energy and hardly in-control guitar sound. They spent the others of that season touring Canada as well as the Expresses, while finding time for you to concern three more produces: a self-titled EP, a divide EP with Vancouver’s Timecopz, and a cassette known as Demos//Live Fisting. They continued to be almost as active the next season, releasing a divide cassette using the Moby Dicks and documenting an record with Don Pyle of Shadowy Guys on the Shadowy Globe in the producer’s seat. It’s 1983, Grow Up! premiered by Dark Tent Press in the summertime of 2012 as well as the music group headed from an ambitious tour of THE UNITED STATES that was highlighted with a present with Fucked Up at a Calgary Tattoo convention. Pursuing that jaunt, Brittany Griffiths still left the music group to pursue various other ventures, while their friend Lindsay Munro became a member of up to try out bass. The group continuing to play displays, including a month-long tour through the U.K., and released a split solitary with Piss Check just before Griffiths rejoined the music group in the summertime of 2013. Because of their effective U.K. trip, these were authorized by Transgressive there and It’s 1983, Grow Up! was reissued having a reward solitary. Another tour assisting the reissue adopted, and the music group set up store in Chicago’s Electric Sound Studios to record their third recording. Made by the Men’s Ben Greenberg, Everything Is definitely a Mess premiered in the June of 2015 by Transgressive and discovered the music group honing their audio and delivering traditional noise rock and roll in the design of the Wipers, Sonic Youngsters, as well as the fuzzier end from the Soaring Nun spectrum.