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Titus Andronicus announce fall tour dates, share live video for “69 Stones” — watch

The band will tour behind their new live album, S+@dium Rock: Five Nights At The Opera, this fall

    New Jersey punk rockers Titus Andronicus have announced a North American tour to support their upcoming live album, S+@dium Rock: Five Nights At The Opera. The “Rockers On The Road” tour starts with a warm-up show in Washington, DC before a proper launch in (where else?) Jersey City, New Jersey.

    The frequent festival standouts behind last year’s The Most Lamentable Tragedy will be joined by Texas garage freaks A Giant Dog and the Deer Tick/Titus side-project Happiness on select dates. Take it from us, this is a live show that’s not to be missed.

    Check out the full list of dates below:

    Titus Andronicus “Rockers On The Road: Tour Dates:
    08/23– Washington, DC @ Rock and Roll Hotel
    09/08 – Jersey City, NJ @ WFMU Monty Hall *
    09/09 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts *
    09/10 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery *
    09/11 – Richmond, VA @ The Camel *
    09/13 – Durham, NC @ The Pinhook *
    09/14 – Asheville, NC @ The Mothlight *
    09/15 – Nashville, TN @ High Watt *
    09/17 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn *
    09/18– New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa *
    09/20 – San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger *
    09/21 – Austin, TX @ Barracuda *
    09/22 – Dallas, TX @ The Loft *
    09/23 – Norman, OK @ Opolis *
    09/24 – Columbia, MO @ Rose Music Hall *
    09/25– Iowa City, IA @ The Mill *
    09/27 – Madison, WI @ High Noon *
    09/28 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge *
    09/29 – Detroit, MI @ El Club *
    09/30 – Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace *
    10/04 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall ^
    10/05 – Portsmouth, NH @ 3s Artspace ^
    10/06 – Rockville Center, NY @ Cannon’s Blackthorn ^
    10/07 – Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hotel ^
    10/08 – Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hotel ^

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    * = w/ A Giant Dog
    ^ = w/ Happiness

    The band also shared a cut from Five Nights, a TMLT outtake called “69 Stones”. Give it a listen below:

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