TITUS ANDRONICUS – ” A Productive Cough “

Posted: January 20, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Since debuting in 2008, TITUS ANDRONICUS has been conditioning faithful listeners to always expect only the unexpected, consistently zigging where others would zag and maintaining a steadfast dedication to fearless ambition. With the March 2nd release of the new studio album A Productive Cough, has executed the most shocking departure yet—but only if, as ever-mercurial singer-songwriter Patrick Stickles insists, “you haven’t been paying attention.” Watch the outstanding video for “Number One (In New York)” now, and visit a-productive-cough.com for more!

A Productive Cough is available for pre-order on blue-gray Peak Vinyl which includes a jukebox-inspired 7-inch of “(I’m) Like a Rolling Stone,” a track that does not appear on the physical LP except as part of the download, its nearly 9-minute length split across both sides of the single. Explore all pre-order options including an exclusive $10 t-shirt add-on in the Merge Records store (where all purchases come with a free temporary “Crass[-inspired] Tattoo” while supplies last), at your favorite participating independent record store, or via these digital music providers.

In this exclusive clip from the forthcoming “A Productive Cough” making-of documentary, Patrick Stickles explains the direction of the new Titus Andronicus album while the gang takes in the bucolic splendor of New York’s Hudson Valley at dusk. The complete sixty-minute documentary, directed by Ray Concepcion, will be released February 26th, followed by the release of the new Titus Andronicus studio album “A Productive Cough” on March 2nd from Merge Records. Learn More at :: A-PRODUCTIVE-COUGH.COM

The release of A Productive Cough will be accompanied by +@’s first-ever “acoustic” tour of the US, which will find Stickles performing in a duo configuration with pianist Alex Molini. All dates feature direct support courtesy of Rick Maguire from Pile.

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