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The Plot In You Release 4th Studio Album ‘Dispose’


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February 16, 2018 - Ohio’s THE PLOT IN YOU have released their fourth studio album DISPOSE through Fearless Records. The album features 10 tracks that Billboard called, “…ferocity [that] is counterbalanced by electronics, soaring choruses and catchy melodies.” The album chronicles the experiences of lead singer-songwriter Landon Tewers detaching himself from a toxic relationship and explores the stages of said relationship through his songwriting. Los Angeles-based producer Drew Fulk co-produced the effort alongside Tewers, being the first producer to ever be involved in TPIY’s studio process. Listen to DISPOSE here.

YouTube | I Always Wanted to Leave — The Plot In You (Official Music Video)

This past week the band released their fourth single “I ALWAYS WANTED TO LEAVE” that features Tewers at the center of the meta-toned video, featuring the band filming the video all the while depicting the process of filming the music video.

The band will be direct support to We Came As Romans on the upcoming 2018 Cold Like War Tour. The 33-date tour in support of their fourth studio album DISPOSE will kick off on February 28 in Pittsburgh’s Rex Theater and end April 28 in Grand Rapids’ The Intersection. Oceans At Alaska, Currents, and Tempting Fate will also be on the tour through its run in the US. Tickets can be purchased here.

THE PLOT IN YOU - When the Ohio quartet—Landon Tewers [vocals], Josh Childress [guitar], Ethan Yoder [bass], and Mathis Arnell [drums]—began recording what would become their fourth full-length album and first for Fearless Records, DISPOSE, the process spurned the genesis of this next chapter for the band. For the first time, The Plot In You enlisted the talents of producer Drew Fulk. Another first, the band worked together to fine tune the music sonically; whereas, on previous records, songwriting and recording fell solely to Landon. As a result, these ten tracks comprise their most cohesive body of work to date. Lyrically, the songs depict a toxic personal relationship where, in the past, Landon had focused on formative years and fictional scenarios. In DISPOSE, the topics hit on a more intimate level about an experience as it unfolded in the moment, while representing a marked evolution. That kind of emotion has connected The Plot In You to listeners since day one. Over the course of three full-length albums, the group has spent years crafting their unique take on modern rock, transcending genres from metalcore to alternative, delivered fan favorite anthems such as “My Old Ways” and “Take Me Away,” and landed on the Billboard Top 200 with their third album Happiness In Self Destruction. Now, DISPOSE positions The Plot In You to make their deepest impact yet.


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