Titus Andronicus had a lot to celebrate last night (July 28): They wrapped up a five-night residency at Shea Stadium in Brooklyn, the band's home. The group also commemorated the release of their fourth album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, which came out that day. Lastly, it was frontman Patrick Stickles' 30th birthday.

The band was joined in celebration by the Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn, who joined the band for a cover of the Replacements’ 1985 track, "Bastards of Young." Check out a fan-shot clip below.

This isn't the first time Finn and Titus Andronicus shared the stage in honor of the 'Mats: Finn and Stickles took part in a Replacements tribute in November 2011, where Finn performed "Within Your Reach," Stickles played "Sixteen Blue," and the pair, along with others, provided a rendition of "Bastards of Young."

Titus Andronicus' tour will roll on through North America and Europe until the end of November, so check out their upcoming schedule at their website.

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