The Fall Of Troy Release New Album ‘OK’ For Free, Announce Summer World Tour

Progressing along nicely on their comeback run, the Fall Of Troy has just released their first new album since 2009 (that’s seven years ago for those keeping track).

Titled as OK, the album is certainly more than just okay combining various elements from their previous releases with new, possibly softer vibes as well. Oh, and most importantly, the Washington-based trio has also decided to release the new album completely free.       

“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,” the band wrote in a statement to their fans. 

“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. We look forward to seeing you this summer.”

Speaking of summer, along with the record release, the Fall of Troy has also revealed a worldwide tour taking the band to Australia with artists like Closure In Moscow and Meniscus to then play the US with ‘68 and Illustrations and finally the UK with Tiny Moving Parts.

For full tour dates and locations, be sure to look below. Afterwards, to pick up your free download of OK, head here.     

Tour dates:

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

* with Closure in Moscow, Meniscus, Osaka Punch
^ with ‘68 & Illustrations
# with Tiny Moving Parts