Influential ’90s New York City-based indie rock band Texas Is The Reason have announced Into It. Over It. as support on its final run of shows in Europe and the UK during July and August. Beginning on Monday, July 29 in Köln, Germany, the week-long tour will take in two evenings and performances in Germany, one in Spain and three in the United Kingdom, culminating in a final performance at the Electric Ballroom in London on Sunday, August 4. Prior to Into It. Over It. joining the tour, Texas Is The Reason will be making two festival appearances in Germany, first at Omas Teich in Aurich on Friday, July 26 and the Greenville Festival in Berlin on Saturday, July 27. The upcoming week of shows follows the band’s recent appearance at the Groezrock Festival in Belgium and its final, successful North American set of performances that saw the band performing in markets such as Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Texas Is The Reason will be performing these shows in support of its latest release, the 16-track Do You Know Who You Are?: The Complete Collection.
Released on February 12, 2013 though Revelation Records, Do You Know Who You Are?: The Complete Collection is a comprehensive anthology of every recorded piece of music in the band’s history, featuring the original Do You Know Who You Are? full-length album, the self-titled EP, as well as two B-sides never before on CD/digital, and two previously unreleased tracks written in 1997 and recorded in 2012 with J. Robbins titled “Every Little Girl’s Dream” and “When Rock ‘N’ Roll Was Just A Baby.” The album package also includes never-before-published photos, a comprehensive concert history for the band from 1995-2012, and complete lyrics.
The Grand Finale 2013 Tour Dates
26 – Aurich (GER) – Omas Teich Festival
27 – Berlin (GER) – Greenville Festival
29 – Köln (GER) – Stollwerck
30 – Wiesbaden (GER) – Schlacthof
31 – Barcelona (ES) – Estraperlo Club
02 – Glasgow (UK) – Classic Grand
03 – Manchester (UK) – Academy 3
04 – London (UK) – Electric Ballroom (THE FINAL SHOW)