Patrick Stickles & Co. are previewing their follow up to 2015 rock opera The Most Lamentable Tragedy with a 10-minute short film containing the new track. Ray Concepcion directs the short film, which actually serves as a lengthy trailer for an hour-long 'making of' album doc - visit a-productive-cough.com over the coming weeks for more clips and info about the group's "new phase". Today sees the launch of a "thorough and wide-ranging interview" by Ryan Walsh about the album's origins and its position in Titus Andronicus' canon.

A Productive Cough was recorded in New Paltz, New York with producer Kevin S. McMahon.

"[Titus Andronicus] records have always had their fair share of ballads," Stickles says of the album's sound, "but they were always buried. Now, they are the cornerstones."

Tracklist:

  1. Number One (In New York)
  2. Real Talk
  3. Above the Bodega (Local Business)
  4. Crass Tattoo
  5. (I'm) Like A Rolling Stone
  6. Home Alone
  7. Mass Transit Madness (Goin' Loco')
A Productive Cough is out 2 March via Merge.