Titus Andronicus announced last night that they would release their first new music since 2010’s The Monitor.
A new song made its debut through New Jersey’s WFMU on Tom Scharpling’s The Best Show on WFMU, which should be up to stream today. Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles also performed a single of his own, titled “My Eating Disorder,” which Stickles told us this month was aptly titled after his selective eating disorder.
“For reasons still unclear, we afflicted with Selective Eating Disorder are, as you may have guessed, extremely selective about the foods that we are willing to eat,” Stickles told Paste. “Me, for example, I have eaten the same 15-20 foods for my entire life. When a food from outside that pool is put before me, a foreign food, and I am made to understand that I must put it inside me, I will have a panic attack.”
Stickles also said on the show that Titus Andronicus will release a split 7” in the future with a new single, which will be released with tour mates Diarrhea Planet. Stickles also said that the band’s next album should be out next November. You can take a listen to “My Eating Disorder” below.
(Via NJ Underground)