Booking now: Into It. Over It. and Modern Baseball announce 2015 UK/EU tour

Into It. Over It. and Modern Baseball announce 2015 UK/EU tour

The two US emo outfits are heading to these shores in March.

Chicago’s Into It. Over It. and Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball are heading back to Europe for a joint headline tour in March. The two bands, leading lights of the current American emo scene, are also bringing over Run For Cover Records’ Tiny Moving Parts in support for their first ever European shows.

The tour will be Modern Baseball’s third European jaunt in 18 months, and Evan Weiss’ moniker Into It. Over It.’s second set of European dates as a full-band affair. The latter released his latest album ‘Intersections’ via Big Scary Monsters in the UK in September of 2013.

The shows begin in Amsterdam on 19th March, and run until the 29th in Bristol.

The full schedule of UK and European dates are:

MARCH 2015

19 Amsterdam, The Winston
20 Berlin, Cassiopeia
21 Hamburg, Molotow
22 Cologne, Club Bahnn Of Ehrenfeld
23 Antwerp, JC Kavkat
24 Southampton, Joiners
25 Manchester, Sound Control
26 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
27 Glasgow, Stereo
28 London, Tufnell Park Dome
29 Bristol, The Fleece

Into It. Over It. and Modern Baseball announce 2015 UK/EU tour

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