Glitterer, the alt-rock project of former Title Fight co-frontman Ned Russin, have shared a video for new single “Didn’t Want It,” from forthcoming album Life Is Not a Lesson, out February 26 through ANTI-.

“Didn’t Want It” follows on from the previous single “Are You Sure,” and highlights Glitterer’s affection for the contrast between sprawling, fuzzed-out riffs and gritty, hardcore basslines.

On the inspiration behind his latest single, Russin says:

“‘Didn’t Want It’ was the first song I wrote for the new record. Despite having no road map for how the rest of the songs would turn out, this track established a lot of the qualities that would be further explored as I continued to write—more present and fuzzed-out guitars, minimalistic chord changes, and uncertain, longing lyrics.”

Russin—a Washington, D.C. resident and north-eastern Pennsylvania native—wrote, self-produced, and recorded the material that would make up his sophomore, solo LP, along with help from his twin brother, Ben, as well as mixing and mastering by Arthur Rizk (Code Orange, Power Trip).

Watch the animated lyric video for “Didn’t Want It,” hand-drawn and animated by Rob Fidel, below:

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