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Video of the Moment #2763: Titus Andronicus

 
By on Monday, 8th January 2018 at 6:00 pm
 

In the first decade of the 21st century, New Jersey band Titus Andronicus made their name on their brash, devil-may-care rock sound and equally high octane live shows. As time passed, it became increasingly clear that we were watching a band evolving through the trials and tribulations of life. In 2012, they released ‘Local Business’, their third album that was showcased how good a live band they were. In 2015, ‘The Most Lamentable Tragedy’ was released, a five-act opera representing their most ambitious work to date.

In 2018, they will be bringing out their sixth album, ‘A Productive Cough’, on the 2nd of March on Merge Records. They also will be known as from here on out, following in the footsteps of Prince, ‘[email protected]’, though for ease of writing and to avoid any coding issues, we’ll still be calling them Titus Andronicus here on TGTF. Fully admitting that this new LP will be focussing on ballads, they’ve also announced an all-acoustic tour – their first – seeing singer/songwriter and singer Patrick Stickles performing with pianist Alex Molini. The tour is to begin in Kingston, New York, on the 7th of March following the album’s release.

To preview this unprecedented release, the band have released the promo video for ‘Number One (in New York)’, which they’re calling a trailer of sorts for ‘A Productive Cough’. This promo precedes a longer, much more detailed album ‘making of’ documentary set for release on the 26th of February. It’s an exciting period in [email protected]’s career, and we look forward to hearing the album in full in 2 months’ time. Watch the video for ‘Number One (in New York)’ from Titus Andronicus below. For our past coverage here on TGTF on the mercurial group from New Jersey, follow this link.

 

Live Gig Video: Titus Andronicus share full concert film of live album ‘[email protected] ROCK: FIVE NIGHTS AT THE OPERA’

 
By on Thursday, 4th August 2016 at 4:00 pm
 

A year and a week ago, New Jersey rockers Titus Andronicus played a 5-night series of sold out shows at the iconic Brooklyn venue Shea Stadium. The live album taken from recordings from the gig series have now been released on Merge Records as ‘[email protected] ROCK: FIVE NIGHTS AT THE OPERA’. To celebrate this momentous release and to provide video accompaniment to the audio experience, the band have also released a full concert film with footage taken from these shows. The live experience has been dutifully “captured in such vivid detail” so that “devotees can relive their favourite concert memories from the comfort of their own homes.” Makes sense to me. Enjoy the full film below. For more on Titus Andronicus on TGTF, right this way, ladies and gents.

 

Video of the Moment #1937: Titus Andronicus

 
By on Wednesday, 21st October 2015 at 6:00 pm
 

Titus Andronicus released their epic fourth album ‘The Most Lamentable Tragedy’, all 29 tracks of it, back in the summertime. They’ve released a new video this week for ‘No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant’, what is being called “one of the album’s most incendiary moments” in the copy I was sent. So expect an in your face kind of treatment in this one. The video follows Titus Andronicus’ beardy frontman Patrick Stickles and another hoodied friend checking out his usual NYC stomping grounds, plus some bonus live footage of the band performing. Watch it below.

Can’t get enough of the band from Noo Joisie? Head this way for all of TGTF’s coverage on Titus Andronicus. I can’t promise you it’ll be as kick in the arse as the band’s music, though.

 

Video of the Moment #1845: Titus Andronicus

 
By on Sunday, 5th July 2015 at 10:00 am
 

New Jersey punks Titus Andronicus always do things on their own terms. Take, for example, the band’s upcoming fourth album ‘The Most Lamentable Tragedy’, which clocks in at more than 90 minutes in length spread out over an impressive 29 tracks. It’ll be out on the 7th of August on Merge Records.

To herald in an effort of such epic proportions, it only makes sense that they would also unveil a promo video that was pretty epic too. The video below, which goes on for over 15 minutes, includes six songs and the band refer to these songs as “the album’s second act”, or ‘The Magic Morning’/‘Beside Himself’. Interesting… Anyway, grab a cup of tea, joe or whatever your poison is this fine Sunday morning and settle in to watch all the epicness unfold below.

 

Video of the Moment #1251: Titus Andronicus

 
By on Wednesday, 10th July 2013 at 6:00 pm
 

Ah, good ol’ Titus Andronicus. I feel like the public have overlooked you in favour of the Gaslight Anthem. So trust you to put out a balls to the wall kind of song like this one, ‘Still Life With Hot Deuce And Silver Platter’, to remind people just how good you are. Good? Yes, very good.

It’s claustrophobic, punky and anti-establishment (with a wonky recording) as it should be. Watch the video below.

 

Video of the Moment #1022: Titus Andronicus

 
By on Tuesday, 30th October 2012 at 6:00 pm
 

In Titus Andronicus‘s new video for ‘In a Big City’, the urban landscape to the Hudson River’s banks provide a nice backdrop to this powerful song. Watch it below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uh0AfgzCDw
 
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