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Titus Andronicus share video for ‘No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant’

Ahead of an European tour, Titus Andronicus have shared a video for ‘No Future Part IV: No Future Triumphant’.

“Selling out (shows) always seemed so wrong to me,” admits vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stickles. “But once we sold out in Hollywood, I couldn’t help but feel we were entering into some kind of ‘Post Sell-Out Era,’ and I will look for any opportunity to sell out in the future. Titus Andronicus has been all over this many-splendored land we love to call America, our eyes as open as our hearts and if we have been charmed and charmed again, we have also seen it reaffirmed that there is only one New York City and only New York City can be called Number One.

“This video is our loving tribute to the city which has been our home and our safe haven, to the rich history and culture which has been our constant source of inspiration and sustenance. I sincerely hope that we will never have to leave… unless there is someplace else where we can pop by to sell out real fast and then dash with the cash.”

Speaking of which, the band kick off their European tour on November 5th with a show at London’s Village Underground.
“After five weeks, I think America has learned it’s lesson. Now we will bring the fight overseas and show Europe how we sell out… American Style.”

Dates below.

05 London, Village Underground
06 Bristol, Thekla
07 Brighton, Bleach
08 Oxford, Bullingdon
10 Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
11 Manchester, Deaf Institute
12 Liverpool, Kazimer
13 Glasgow, Stereo
14 Leeds, Beacons Metro Festival
16 Nottingham, Bodega Social Club
18 Paris, La Mecanique Ondulatoire
19 Opwijk, Autumn Falls Festival
20 Utrecht, Le Guess Who Festival
22 Dublin, The Hanger
23 Cork, Cyprus Avenue
24 Galway, Roisin Dubh
25 Belfast, Empire Music Hall
27 Lisbon, Vodafone Mexefest

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