Dec 132011

With any mention of Titus Andronicus so too quickly trails the comparisons to Bruce Springsteen. Similar to The Boss, the punk quintet tend to express a complicated relationship with their hometown, rooted in themes of profound dissatisfaction and stagnation. Disparately, instead of lamenting the emotional plight of the working class, the band offers a more punkish look at being a drunken loser. Still, a comparison to the work of Bruce Springsteen is complimentary, so it is no wonder Titus Andronicus tackled the classic “Glory Days.” Continue reading »