Premiere: Into It. Over It. offers more on new track ‘Twenty Twenty’

Into It. Over It. offers more on new track ‘Twenty Twenty’

The EU version of ‘Standards’ is out tomorrow (29th April) - its exclusive bonus track is premiering on DIY.

Evan Weiss - aka Into It. Over It. - is releasing his third full-length album ‘Standards’ in the UK and Europe tomorrow (29th April), and we have the first play of a bonus track exclusive to this side of the Atlantic, ‘Twenty Twenty’.

The track channels everything that’s brilliant about ‘Standards’, teaming Weiss’ quieter, more tender moments with thrashing, vital emo for a more than worthy addition to the new edition of the album. “There were a few sonic tricks we were trying to pull,” explains Evan, “one of them being a tunnel effect in the middle and at the end. It was written with a tumultuous visual in mind, like riding a rollercoaster, which was a play on what the song is about - dealing with friends (or enemies) in the music business.”

Weiss is set to head out on a co-headline tour of the UK and Europe with The Hotelier next month, with the UK dates beginning on 7th May at the Joiners in Southampton.

View the dates for the tour and stream ‘Twenty Twenty’ 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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