ENCLOSED: "TELL THAT GIRL"
NEW MUSIC VIDEO ft. RORY McCANN!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (April 21, 2017) - TEXAS are back with Jump On Board, a glorious new album from one of Britain’s best loved bands. Written and produced by TEXAS stalwarts Johnny McElhone and Sharleen Spiteri in London and Glasgow, and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Florence & The Machine, Noel Gallagher), Jump On Board is guaranteed to turn any dark skies blue as the perfect antidote to these worrying times. This is the first new TEXAS studio album since 2013's The Conversation. Having sold over 35 million records with 3 number one albums, 7 top ten albums and 13 top ten singles, Jump On Board looks set to reignite their flame. CLICK HERE for all purchase and streaming options!
With the new album comes the release of the official music video for the soaring modern pop song, "Tell That Girl." Filmed in a few hours at The Poetry Club in Glasgow (owned and programmed by Turner Prize nominated artist Jim Lambie) the video sees the band joined by Game Of Thrones star Rory McCann (The Hound) on drums, along with Sharleen revisiting her former adopted home city, Paris. One of the album highlights and a certified pop hit, the track powers along with punky guitars and more than a passing nod to classic British New-Wave. The video premiered this week with Perez Hilton. You can watch below.
Having already sold out two outdoor shows at Kelvingrove Park Glasgow in July (with a third recently put on sale due to phenomenal demand), Kicking off on September 11 in Cardiff, TEXAS will be heading out on a 21-date UK tour this Fall, including a very special show at the Royal Albert Hall on September 17.
09/11 - CARDIFF, St Davids Hall
09/12 - CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange
09/13 - OXFORD, New Theatre
09/15 - IPSWICH, Regent
09/16 - SHEFFIELD, City Hall
09/17- LONDON, Royal Albert Hall
09/19 - LEICESTER, De Montfort Hall
09/20 - GRIMSBY, Auditorium
09/21 - YORK, Barbican
09/23 - EDINBURGH, Usher Hall
09/24 - DUNDEE, Caird Hall
09/25 - INVERNESS, Leisure Centre
09/27 - NEWCASTLE, City Hall
09/28 - MANCHESTER, Bridgewater Hall
09/29 - LIVERPOOL, Philharmonic Hall
10/01 - BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall
10/02 - NOTTINGHAM, Royal Concert Hall
10/03 - SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion
10/05 - LLANDUDNO, Venue Cymru Theatre
10/06 - BRISTOL, Colston hall
10/07 - PLYMOUTH, Pavilions