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Titus Andronicus announces tour dates, debuts video for unreleased track

(Photo: Getty Images, Suzi Pratt)
(Photo: Getty Images, Suzi Pratt)

Titus Andronicus has a reputation for putting on pretty raucous shows, so it’s hardly surprising that the band is finally putting out a live album, dubbed Stadium Rock: Five Nights At The Opera. It’s equally unsurprising, then, that Titus Andronicus will also be embarking on an extensive tour to promote Stadium Rock in a few months. Also, as is tradition with Titus Andronicus tour announcements, the band has released a new song that you can jam out to while you skim the tour dates to see if your city is listed. The song is called “69 Stones,” and it’ll be included on Stadium Rock. You can see a video for it below, above the full list of dates.

Titus Andronicus “Rockers On The Road” Tour

August 23—Rock And Roll Hotel—Washington, DC

September 8—WFMU Monty Hall—Jersey City, NJ

September 9—Theatre Of Living Arts—Philadelphia, PA

September 10—Metro Gallery—Baltimore, MD

September 11—The Camel—Richmond, VA

September 13—The Pinhook—Durham, NC

September 14—The Mothlight—Ashevilla, NC

September 15—High Watt—Nashville, TN

September 17—Saturn—Birmingham, AL

September 18—Gasa Gasa—New Orleans, LA

September 20—Paper Tiger—San Antonio, TX

September 21—Barracuda—Austin, TX

September 22—The Loft—Dallas, TX

September 23—Opolis—Norman, OK

September 24—Rose Music Hall—Kansas City, MO

September 25—The Mill—Iowa City, IA

September 27—High Noon—Madison, WI

September 28—Bottom Lounge—Chicago, IL

September 29—El Club—Detroit, MI

September 30—Lee’s Palace—Toronto, Ontario

October 1—Project Pabst—Atlanta, GA

October 4—Brighton Music Hall—Boston, MA

October 5—3s Artspsace—Portsmouth, NH

October 6—Cannon’s Blackthorn—Rockville Center, NY

October 7-8—Market Hotel—Brooklyn, NY

Stadium Rock will be available digitally on July 29, and a special vinyl edition will be released on August 5.


[via Pitchfork]

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