Tag Archives: Titus Andronicus
Posted: October 21, 2010
Watch Titus Andronicus perform The Monitor album closer “The Battle of Hampton Roads” for the new music series by filmmaker Daniel Ryan, For No One, which offers an intimate glimpse of bands playing to a room without a crowd.
Posted: August 6, 2010
New Jersey quintet Titus Andronicus made the late night circuit on Thursday, dropping by Jimmy Fallon to perform The Monitor‘s album opener, “A More Perfect Union.”
Here’s what the band had to say about the appearance on their official website.
“Hello friends. It is with great wonder that we announce to you now that our humble rock and roll band will be performing this Thursday night on reputable network television program Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Yes, for three and a half glorious minutes, Titus Andronicus will invade the living rooms of America, sweep out all the cobwebs of our bankrupt society and replace them with the seeds of a glimmering punk utopia. Right?”
Magnetic frontman Patrick Stickles used his Gretsch guitar, adorned by the American flag, for the appearance, video of which is unfortunately no longer available from NBC. However, here’s the official music video for “A More Perfect Union.”