Following on from the recent impromptu release of ‘OK’, the bands first album in seven years, The Fall Of Troy have now surprise released an entire alternative version of their latest album, which has been dubbed ‘OK#2’. HEAR THEIR LATEST SINGLE ‘SAVIOUR’ HERE
Speaking about the new album the band said, “More art is always better, we think.
When we were making this album, we wanted to do a few things we haven’t had the chance to do previously in our career; work with multiple artists, work with multiple producers, and work only for our fans.
We understood when working on this album that everyone hears The Fall of Troy differently. We would like to respect that, and you, as much as possible.
So, here is a different take of the album, with a different take on the artwork. OK#2 represents a different version of us; the raw fury you hear at our shows and our earlier albums.
If you would like to continue to support, pay us what you want, or don’t. This is for you.”
The band released the album digitally as a pay-what-you-want download to their fans and the official release will come out on 23rd September 2016 via Big Scary Monsters (pre-order HERE). The new rendition of the album is rawer and will appeal to fans of the bands earlier work. Shortly after the band released the album they said: “If you didn’t like how the first release sounded (or if you did), check this out, it’s probably for you.”
The two releases come ahead of the bands huge string of live dates, including EU/UK dates in September alongside Tiny Moving Parts (dates below).
EU/UK Tour Dates (w/Tiny Moving Parts):
27 Aug 2016- Belgium – Antwerp, Kavka 28 Aug 2016 – Netherlands – Eindhoven, Dynamo 30 Aug 2016 – Germany – Cologne, Essigfabrik 31 Aug 2016 – Germany – Hamburg, Logo 01 Sep 2016 – Denmark – Copenhagen, Vega – Small Room 02 Sep 2016 – Germany – Berlin, Bi Nuu 03 Sep 2016 – Germany – Munich, Backstage 05 Sep 2016 – Austria – Vienna, B72 06 Sep 2016 – Italy – Modena, La Tenda 07 Sep 2016- Switzerland – Baden, Werrk 09 Sep 2016 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms 10 Sep 2016 – Leeds, The Key Club 11 Sep 2016 – Glasgow, Cathouse 13 Sep 2016 – Newcastle, Think Tank 14 Sep 2016 – London, The Scala 15 Sep 2016 – Bristol, The Fleece 16 Sep 2016 – Manchester, Soundcontrol 17 Sep 2016 – Birmingham, Asylum