Titus Andronicus are an American punk and indie-rock outfit hailing from Glen Rock, New Jersey. Forming in 2005, the band is composed of frontman Patrick Stickles, bassist Julian Veronesi, guitarist Liam Betson, and drummer Eric Harm.
Their debut album ‘The Airing of Grievances’ hit shelves in 2008, and was followed up with ‘The Monitor’ in 2010 - a record that was featured in Pitchfork Media’s albums of the year. Their third record, ‘Local Business’, hit shelves in October 2012.
The New Jersey natives' new LP, and Merge Records debut, 'The Most Lamentable Tragedy', is due in August 2015, and is "a rock opera in five acts". The band embarked on 'The Most Lamentable Tragedy' world tour in September, starting with dates across America and coming to the UK in November, for the first time since 2013.
Titus Andronicus are set to return in March 2018 with their next record, 'A Productive Cough'. They support it with a tour of the US in spring, and head to the UK in August and September. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Fri 23rd Mar 2018
Photo: Ray Concepcion
The Titus Andronicus line up is a merry go round revolving around singer, songwriter and guitarist Patrick Stickles. Each new iteration has yielded fresh, unique noise-scapes, making them less a band and more an anarchic art project.