Booking now: The Hotelier and Into It. Over It. announce co-headline UK tour

The Hotelier and Into It. Over It. announce co-headline UK tour

Both bands have new albums due out this spring.

The emo tour of the year might already be with us, as The Hotelier and Into It. Over It. announcing a co-headline UK run.

The bands, both set to release new albums this year, will be joined by fellow Americans Rozwell Kid on the run, which begins in Southampton on 7th May.

The Hotelier are set to release ‘Goodness’, the follow-up to 2014’s ‘Home, Like Noplace Is There’, in May, while Into It. Over It.’s third LP ‘Standards’ is getting a UK release on 29th April.

Both bands toured the UK last year, with Modern Baseball co-headlining a tour with Into It. Over It., and the new dates will be both bands’ biggest headline shows in the country to date.

View the dates below.

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07 Southampton, Joiners
08 Bristol, Thekla
09 London, Scala
10 Manchester, Sound Control
11 Glasgow, Restless Natives Fest
12 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
13 Nottingham, Bodega

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