Titus Andronicus Vs the Pogues

(Rock News Desk) Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles says he hated every moment of the band's support tour with the Pogues, and his former heroes' behaviour disgusted him.

He reveals just one member of the iconic London Irish outfit spoke to them during their ten-show US trek, which is likely to have been their last.
And he claims that even though ticket prices were "exorbitant," the support band were paid "pittances."

Stickles tells Spinner: "They sing about celebrating the individual and about everyone having dignity, even the downtrodden. But they're happy to step on whoever they have to so they can line their coffers." He had a lot more to say here

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