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For The Residents, 2021 was largely based around preparation for the Dog Stab tour, as well as production on Triple Trouble. It is, so far, the first year since 2009 where no member of The Residents have performed live.

Timeline

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

  • The Newbury Comics Meet The Residents re-issue is released.[4]
  • 3rd: The Residents create their TikTok account, and post their first video there.[5]
  • 4th: Homer Flynn is interviewed for WZRD Chicago Radio. The interview largely concerns the upcoming Dog Stab tour.[6]
  • 7th: The Residents post their second video to TikTok.[5]
  • 11th: The Resident stuck in Lativa hitchhikes to an airport in Minsk, where they book a flight to the US. [2]
  • 12th: Due to the exhaustion from the Lativa fiasco, The Residents were unable to rehearse, and the majority of the group's US dates were cancelled.[2] The Residents post the 'Die In Terror' music video to Tiktok.
  • 14th: The Residents post a TikTok set to the song 'Less Not More'
  • 17th: The Residents post a TikTok set to the song 'The Nameless Souls'
  • 18th: The Residents post a TikTok set to the song 'La La'
  • 25th: The Residents post a TikTok set to the song 'Fingertips'
  • 30th:The Residents post a TikTok set to the song 'Birds In The Trees'

September

  • 4th: The Residents post a TikTok set to the song 'When We Were Young'[5]
  • 9th: Homer Flynn is interviewed by KFAI.[7]
  • 15th: The Residents perform at The Regent Theater in Los Angeles, the first show of their 3 date Dog Stab mini-tour of California.
  • 17th: The Residents perform at The Castro Theater in San Francisco, the second show of their 3 date Dog Stab mini-tour of California.
  • 18th: The Residents perform at The Rio Theater in Santa Cruz, the final show of their 3 date Dog Stab mini-tour of California.
  • 24th: Richard Cherry Red announces that the upcoming Wormwood pREServed set will contain 9 discs, containing 2 full live performances, one of which being the unreleased Fillmore 98 show. He also confirmed that the show's overture and intermission music would be included on the set.[8]
  • 29th: Homer Flynn is interviewed by the 'In Defense of Ska' podcast.[9]

October

Releases

Reissues

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