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Titus Andronicus Sign to Merge, Announce New Album, Share New Song

The Most Lamentable Tragedy Due Out July 28, Watch "Dimed Out" Lyric Video

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Titus Andronicus has switched over to Merge and are set to release their first album for the label, and their fourth album overall. The Most Lamentable Tragedy is a double CD/triple LP and due for release July 28. They've released a lyric video for "Dimed Out," the first track shared from the album and a high energy number that encourages you to not listen to "parents or priests or principals." A press release says the album is "a rock opera in five acts" and "Dimed Out" is taken from Act II.

Here's how the press release describes the album, which was produced by Kevin McMahon and lead guitarist Adam Reich: "The central narrative of TMLT ('a work of fiction,' claims singer/songwriter Patrick Stickles) concerns an unnamed protagonist whom we meet in deep despair. Following an encounter with his own doppelgänger (an enigmatic stranger, identical in appearance though opposite in disposition), long held secrets are revealed, sending our protagonist on a transformative odyssey, through past lives and new loves, to the shocking revelation that the very thing that sustains him may be the thing to destroy him."

Titus Andronicus will be doing a five-night residency at Brooklyn's Shea Stadium just before the album's release. Check out the "Dimed Out" lyric video and those tour dates below.

Titus Andronicus Tour Dates:

May 2 Burlington, VT - Waking Windows
Jul 24 Brooklyn, NY - Shea Stadium
Jul 25 Brooklyn, NY - Shea Stadium
Jul 26 Brooklyn, NY - Shea Stadium
Jul 27 Brooklyn, NY - Shea Stadium
Jul 28 Brooklyn, NY - Shea Stadium

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