Titus Andronicus pronounces new album and large batch of acoustic reveals 

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If Titus Andronicus (or “+@” because the band stylizes it) might be counted on for one factor, it’s to deliver some motherfucking fireplace to just about every little thing it does—there’s most likely by no means been a rock opera about manic despair extra intense than 2015's The Most Lamentable Tragedy, for example—however the band and frontman Patrick Stickles appear to be slowing issues down for A Productive Cough, a brand new album that was simply introduced as we speak. The reveal got here with a music video for the primary single, “Quantity One (In New York),” which opens with Stickles wanting a bit like a person of the woods and singing over a quiet piano melody that steadily builds right into a considerably extra elaborate beast. There’s no guitar-shredding and no cathartic “fuck you” shouts, however that doesn’t imply it’s missing that traditional Titus Andronicus fireplace:

A Productive Cough will likely be accessible on March 2, and it’ll be accompanied by what a press launch says is the band’s “first-ever ‘acoustic’ tour” within the U.S., with Stickles accompanied by pianist Alex Molini. The press launch additionally describes it as a “quiet night with +@,” however, once more, that will undersell how rowdy issues might get. The complete record of tour dates is under.

Titus Andronicus Tour 2018

three/7—Kingston, NY—BSP Kingston

three/eight—Boston, MA—The Sinclair

three/9—Windfall, RI—AS220

three/10—Burlington, VT—Arts Riot

three/11—Montreal, QC—Bar Le Ritz

three/13—Toronto, ON—Nice Corridor

three/14—Detroit, MI—El Membership

three/15—Chicago, IL—Subterranean

three/16—Madison, WI—The Frequency

three/17—St. Paul, MN—Turf Membership

three/18—Omaha, NE—Slowdown

three/19—Denver, CO—Globe Corridor

three/20—Salt Lake Metropolis, UT—City Lounge

three/22—Boise, ID—Treefort Competition

three/23—Seattle, WA—Crocodile

three/24—Portland, OR—Mississippi Studios

three/27—Sonoma, CA—Gundlach Bundschu Vineyard

three/28—San Francisco, CA—The Chapel

three/29—Santa Cruz, CA—Crepe Place

three/31—Los Angeles, CA—Bootleg Theater

four/2—San Diego, CA—Soda Bar

four/three—Phoenix, AZ—Valley Bar

four/6—Ft. Price, TX—Ridglea Room

four/7—Austin, TX—Barracuda

four/eight—Houston, TX—White Oak Music Corridor

four/10—Birmingham, AL—Saturn

four/11—Atlanta, GA—Masquerade

four/12—Durham, NC—The Pinhook

four/13—Washington, DC—Rock and Roll Resort

four/14—Philadelphia, PA—UArts Black Field

four/15—Brooklyn, NY—Murmrr Ballroom

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