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The Hold Steady Share New Songs Confusion in the Marketplace and T-Shirt Tux

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 Written by Huw Baines

The Hold Steady have shared two new songs.

The rockers’ latest offerings - their fourth single since last autumn - accompany their four night stand in Toronto, which gets underway on September 12 with a 10 year celebration of ‘Stay Positive’.

Confusion in the Marketplace is a low key stroll that might also have looked at home on ‘Almost Killed Me’ or ‘Separation Sunday’, embellished further by the splashes of brass that have become a staple in recent times. T-Shirt Tux, meanwhile, is the sort of lively affair that has lit up this singles series.

Check both out below - downloads benefit the K+L Guardian Foundation - along with our report from the Hold Steady's triumphant London shows earlier this year here.

The Hold Steady Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Wed September 12 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Horseshoe Tavern (Canada)
Thu September 13 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Horseshoe Tavern (Canada)
Fri September 14 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Horseshoe Tavern (Canada)
Sat September 15 2018 - TORONTO Ontario - Horseshoe Tavern (Canada)
Wed November 28 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Bowl - NY (USA)
Thu November 29 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Bowl - NY (USA)
Fri November 30 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Bowl - NY (USA)
Sat December 01 2018 - BROOKLYN New York - Brooklyn Bowl - NY (USA)

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