Disposable Fix is taken from the band’s new album Dispose, which is out on 16 February via Fearless Records.
The Ohio quartet have revealed another song from the album in the form of Disposable Fix. Vocalist Landon Tewers says of the track “Disposable Fix was written in one sitting, during a writing session for another artist. I latched onto it and just had to keep it for PLOT in the end. It’s a bit of a ‘fuck you’ track, reflecting on a situation after everything had passed.”
The Plot In You have also been announced as special guests on Alazka & We Came As Romans’ UK & European Tour, alongside Polaris. “We’ve been friends with the WCAR guys for years now but have never gotten the chance to tour together,” says Landon. “It’ll be great to be able to do a full U.S. and European tour with them.”
Dispose is The Plot In You’s first album for Fearless Records and also features the already-released singles Not Just Breathing and Feel Nothing, two songs which have already garnered an impressive number of streams before Dispose has even been unleashed on the world.
Lyrically, the songs that comprise the album depict a toxic personal relationship where, in the past, vocalist Landon Tewers 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.
Here are those UK tour dates:
02 May – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
03 May – Fleece, Bristol
04 May – Cathouse, Glasgow
05 May – Night People, Manchester
06 May – Key Club, Leeds
08 May – Underworld, London