Photo: Howard Bilerman A Bergen Country band that has taken up residence in recent years in Queens, New York, and a punk- and pub-rock outfit that is equally effective with lengthier, proggier jams, Titus Andronicus respects dualities. Singer-songwriter, guitarist, manager, webmaster, and problem-solver Patrick Stickles is a neighborhood guy with a nationwide gig, a local who keeps to a tight geographical radius except when it’s time to present his songs and ideas to audiences of admirers elsewhere on the planet. His songs bounce personal observations off of larger historical allegories. Titus’s 2010 breakthrough, The Monitor , juxtaposed inner stresses and Civil War stories; 2015’s The Most Lamentable Tragedy gestured both to the Shakespeare play the band takes its name from and the Clash’s genre-hopping 1979 double album, London Calling . This year’s The Will to Live (out 9/30), Titus’s seventh album, finds a band trying to wrap its head around the disorder of the … [Read more...] about Life and Death With Titus Andronicus
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Further fiscal event to come on November 23 Labour could give councils power to spend income tax locally Truss and Kwarteng accused of playing ‘A-level economics’ Boris Johnson allies issued stark warning over partygate inquiry Join our Telegraph Politics WhatsApp group for the latest news T he Tories are no longer the party of sound money, Sir Keir Starmer has claimed as he set out his stall to Labour members at the party's annual conference in Liverpool. Speaking alongside football legend Gary Neville, the Labour leader branded Liz Truss's tax-cutting plans "immoral" and "dangerous". Sir Keir Starmer likened Ms Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng to "gamblers chasing a losing run" and said their measures would make "a bad situation even worse than it is". "That's why what was done on Friday was absolutely the wrong thing politically, but it's also the wrong thing economically. "Let them never, ever claim to be the party of sound finances. Never again." … [Read more...] about Labour Party conference: Tories are no longer the party of sound money, says Keir Starmer
Yellowstone's Kelly Reilly got death threats for role of Beth Dutton SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Yellowstone is coming back to The Paramount Network in November with season five and Jamie Dutton (played by Wes Bentley ) is likely to pay for his rash actions. After finding out the truth about his childhood, he questioned where his loyalties should lie. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about where Jamie was born. WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS Related articles Death in Paradise spin-off confirms three major cast announcements GMB fans blast Madeley's ‘inappropriate’ comment to Alessia Russo Where was Jamie Dutton from Yellowstone born? Jamie Dutton has faced the wrath … [Read more...] about Jamie Dutton Yellowstone: Where was Jamie born?