The Fall Of Troy are ready to cash in their “401k”

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Six years after disbanding, The Fall Of Troy has officially marked their return with the release of “401k,” the first single off of their forthcoming, self-released album, titled OK. Along with being the first bit of new music from the group since In The Unlikely Event in 2009, this is a reunion of their original line-up, as bass player Tim Ward has returned to the fold.

The band had been playing reunion shows over the last few years but this answers the question of whether or not they were doing some writing and recording in secret.

A countdown on their website is currently ticking down toward the release date of April 20.

You can listen to “401k” below and get an idea of what to expect.

Featured image courtesy of Aya Tiffany Sato

J.J. Ellis

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