have released a new documentary about the making of their forthcoming album, A Productive Cough, out on March 2 via Merge Records.
The hour-long, fly-on-the-wall documentary was directed by Ray Concepcion and it offers an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the making of the band’s new album. The film features singer-songwriter Patrick Stickles and producer Kevin S. McMahon during the album’s recording process, giving fans a preview of some of their new songs, “Real Talk,” “Crass Tattoo,” “Home Alone,” and “Mass Transit Madness (Goin’ Loco’).”
The band has released two singles from the album already, the sprawling piano ballad “Number One (In New York)” and the bluesy, horn-filled “Above The Bodega (Local Business).”
Watch the full documentary below, listen to Titus Andronicus’ 2008 Daytrotter Session further down and preorder A Productive Cough here.