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    Titus Andronicus return with cowl of Cock Sparrer’s ‘We’re Coming Again’

    Titus Andronicus have made their return with a canopy of Cock Sparrer’s ‘We’re Coming Again’ – hearken to it beneath.

    The New Jersey indie rockers have been quiet for the previous three years. Their final launch was sixth studio album ‘An Obelisk’, launched in June 2019 by way of Merge Data.

    Utilizing Cock Sparrer’s 1982 anthem to announce their return, frontman Patrick Stickles mentioned of their choice to cowl the monitor: “All I can let you know proper now could be that Cock Sparrer gave us probably the most open-hearted and uplifting track in all of British punk’s second wave, even perhaps of any wave, overseas or home.

    “I’ve wept to this track many occasions over time, and it’s a pleasure to share our model with the world, particularly because it afforded me the chance to work as soon as once more with the inimitable Ray Concepcion.”

    The band’s cowl comes alongside a thrill trip music video directed by multidisciplinary filmmaker Ray Concepcion. Within the clip, Stickles is seen coaching for what’s described in a press launch as “the battle of his life”. It’s not precisely identified what he’s coaching for and a dizzying sequence of logistical missions additional deepens the thriller.

    “I don’t declare to be any form of athlete and after three intense days of capturing this video, I’ve been, and proceed to be, extra sore than ever earlier than,” Stickles mentioned. “It’s tough getting outdated, however I’ve by no means shied from struggling for my artwork, nor do I intend to pursue a path of such cowardice sooner or later.”

    Watch the video for Titus Andronicus’ cowl of ‘We’re Coming Again’ beneath:

    Whereas the band haven’t shared precisely what the longer term holds for the band, Stickles mentioned the clue is “proper there within the title” of their new cowl. “There’s nothing extra to say… we’re coming again.”

    Final yr Stickles paid tribute to his cousin and Titus Andronicus bandmate Matt “Cash” Miller, who died on the age of 34.

    “It’s exhausting to know what to say, however I’m attempting to place gratitude first, because the 34 years that we spent collectively will ceaselessly be certainly one of my life’s biggest blessings,” Stickles mentioned.

    Miller was solely a member of the band from 2005 to 2006, nevertheless he contributed to a number of of their studio albums, together with 2010’s ‘The Monitor’, 2015’s ‘The Most Lamentable Tragedy’ and 2018’s ‘House Alone on Halloween EP’.

    As well as, Miller as a baby seems on the duvet artwork for Titus Andronicus’ fifth album, 2018’s ‘A Productive Cough’. On the art work, Miller stands subsequent to Stickles, additionally a baby on the time, on a rock.

    Following Miller’s departure from the band, there was a rotation of different keyboardists, together with Dave Robbins, Adam Reich, Martin Courtney, Elio DeLuca and Alexander Molini.

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