The Fall Of Troy give away album

Fall Of Troy
Fall Of Troy

The Fall Of Troy have made their latest album free to download.

Entitled OK, the US outfit say they took the decision to thank fans for the support they’ve shown to the band over the years.

The group say: “This album represents hope – that things can be different, that the past doesn’t have to always weigh on the present. We give this album to you now for free because we know that you deserve it.

“Rather than try to squeeze every penny from people who have given us opportunities beyond our wildest dreams, we wanted to give you a gift for all the gifts you’ve given us over the years.

“If you would like to support us further, you can do so through donating what you see fit, or by purchasing a vinyl or merch bundle.”

For more, visit the band’s website.

In addition, the group have announced a world tour which will kick off in Melbourne, Australia, on July 5.

The Fall Of Troy 2016 tour dates

Jul 05: Melbourne Max Watt’s, Australia
Jul 06: Sydney Manning Bar, Australia
Jul 07: Brisbane Max Watt’s, Australia
Jul 14: San Francisco Social Hall, CA
Jul 15: Pomona The Glass House, CA
Jul 16: San Diego Soma Side Stage, CA
Jul 17: Phoenix The Rebel Lounge, AZ
Jul 20: Dallas Gas Monkey Bar, TX
Jul 21: Austin Mohawk, TX
Jul 22: Houston White Oak Music Hall, TX
Jul 23: New Orleans House Of Blues, LA
Jul 25: Nashville Ext/In, TN
Jul 26: Atlanta The Masquerade, GA
Jul 27: Orlando The Social, FL
Jul 28: Margate O’Malley’s Sports Bar, FL
Jul 29: Tampa The Orpheum, FL
Jul 30: West Columbia New Brookland Tavern, SC
Jul 31: Carrboro Cat’s Cradle, NC
Aug 01: Virginia Beach Shaka’s, VA
Aug 02: Baltimore The Ottobar, MD
Aug 03: Philadelphia Union Transfer, PA
Aug 05: New York Webster Hal, NY
Aug 06: Boston Royal, MA
Aug 07: Montreal Les Kata Combes, QC
Aug 08: Toronto Lee’s Palace, ON
Aug 09: Buffalo Waiting Room, NY
Aug 10: Pittsburgh Altar Bar, PA
Aug 11: Cleveland Grog Shop, OH
Aug 12: Ferndale The Loving Touch, MI
Aug 13: Chicago The Bottom Lounge, MI
Aug 14: Minneapolis Mill City Nights, MN
Aug 15: Omaha The Waiting Room, NE
Aug 16: Denver Marquis Theater, CO
Aug 17: Salt Lake City Kilby Court, UT
Aug 19: Seattle Chop Suey, WA
Aug 20: Portland Hawthorne Theatre, OR
Aug 27: Antwerp Kavka, Belgium
Aug 28: Eindhoven Dynamo, Netherlands
Aug 29: Bochum Rockpalast, Germany
Aug 30: Cologne Essigfabrik, Germany
Aug 31: Hamburg Logo, Germany
Sep 01: Copenhagen Vega, Denmark
Sep 02: Berlin Bi Nuu, Germany
Sep 03: Munich Backstage, Germany
Sep 04: Nuremberg Hirsch, Germany
Sep 05: Vienna B72, Austria
Sep 06: Modena La Tenda, Switzerland
Sep 07: Baden Werrk, Switzerland
Sep 08: Paris Backstage By The Mill, France
Sep 09: Nottingham Rescue Rooms, UK
Sep 10: Leeds The Key Club, UK
Sep 11: Glasgow Cathouse, UK
Sep 13: Newcastle Think Tank, UK
Sep 14: London The Scala, UK
Sep 15: Bristol The Fleece, UK
Sep 16: Manchester Sound Control, UK
Sep 17: Birmingham Asylum, UK
Sep 19: Minsk Brugge, Belarus
Sep 20: St Petersburg Clubzal, Russia
Sep 21: Moscow Stereohall, Russia
Sep 22: Samara Zvezda, Russia
Sep 23: Yekaterinburg Nirvana, Russia

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