Into It. Over It. to Release ‘Proper’ in September

Evan Thomas Weiss (aka Into It. Over It.) will be releasing his debut full-length, ‘Proper,’ on September 27 via No Sleep Records. The album was recorded at Blacklodge Studios in Eudora, KS and co-produced by Ed Rose (The Get Up Kids, Touche Amore, Small Brown Bike).

A press release explained, “While not labeled as a concept album per se, the stories which form the basis of Into It. Over It.’s songs stem from Weiss’ own personal experiences, but are still relatable by one theme and one theme only: Life.”

Head over to AltPress to stream the album’s title track. Weiss is set to embark on a UK tour with Koji in late August. He’ll also be hitting the road with Frank Turner and Andrew Jackson Jihad later this year. Check out the dates below.

Proper

01. Embracing Facts
02. Discretion & Depressing People
03. Fortunate Friends
04. No Good Before Noon
05. Write It Right
06. Midnight: Carroll Street
07. Connectict Steps
08. Staring at the Ceiling
09. An Evening with Ramsey Beyer
10. Where Your Nights Often End
11. P R O P E R
12. The Frames That Used to Greet Me

Tour Dates:

08/26 – Dublin (IE) – The Mercantile *
08/27 – Cork (IE) – Crane Lane *
08/28 – Dundalk (IE) – Spirit Store *
08/29 – Manchester (UK) – Retro Bar *
08/30 – Derby (UK) – Victoria Inn *
08/31 – Leeds (UK) – Cockpit Room 3 *
09/01 – Glasgow (UK) – Bloc Bar *
09/02 – Edinburgh (UK) – The Banshee Labyrinth *
09/03 – Newcastle (UK) – Offquay Practice Rooms *
09/04 – Nottingham (UK) – The Old Angel *
09/05 – Birmingham (UK) – TBA *
09/06 – Newport (UK) – Le Pub *
09/07 – Kingston (UK) – Fighting Cocks *
09/08 – Southampton (UK) – Bargate Castle *
09/09 – Brighton (UK) – The Three and Ten (Upstairs) *
09/10 – Margate (UK) – West Coast Bar *
09/20 – Danbury, CT (US) – Heirloom Arts Theater ^
09/21 – New York, NY (US) – Bowery Ballroom ^
09/22 – Millvale, PA (US) – Mr Smalls ^
09/23 – Baltimore, MD (US) – Ottobar ^
09/24 – Richmond, VA (US) – Canal Club ^
09/25 – West Colombia, SC (US) – New Brookland Tavern ^
09/27 – Orlando, FL (US) – The Social ^
09/29 – Fort Lauderdale, FL (US) – Culture Room ^
09/30 – Tampa, FL (US) – Crowbar ^
10/01 – Atlanta, GA (US) – Masquerade ^
10/03 – Austin, TX (US) – Emo’s ^
10/04 – Dallas, TX (US) – The Loft ^
10/05 – Oklahoma City, OK (US) – Conservatory ^
10/06 – Kansas City, MO (US) – The Record Bar ^
10/07 – Denver, CO (US) – Marquis Theater ^
10/08 – Albuquerque, NM (US) – Launchpad ^
10/10 – Phoenix, AZ (US) – Rhythm Room ^
10/11 – Pomona, CA (US) – Glass House ^
10/12 – San Diego, CA (US) – Soma ^
10/13 – Los Angeles, CA (US) – El Rey Theater ^
10/14 – San Francisco, CA (US) – Slim’s ^
10/15 – Portland, OR (US) – Hawthorne Theater ^
10/16 – Seattle, WA (US) – Neumos ^
10/17 – Vancouver, BC (CA) – Biltmore Cabaret ^
10/19 – Edmonton, AB (CA) – Starlite Room ^
10/20 – Calgary, AB (CA) – Republik ^
10/21 – Regina, SK (CA) – The Exchange ^
10/22 – Winnipeg, MB (CA) – West End Cultural Center ^
10/23 – Minneapolis, MN (US) – Triple Rock ^
10/25 – Milwaukee, WI (US) – Turner Hall ^
10/26 – Chicago, IL (US) – Bottom Lounge ^
10/27 – Detroit, MI (US) – Magic Stick ^
10/28 – Toronto, ON (CA) – The Phoenix ^
10/29 – Montreal, QC (CA) – Corona ^
10/30 – Ottawa, ON (CA) – Maverick’s ^
10/31 – Quebec City, QC (CA) – Cercle ^
11/02 – Cambridge, MA (US) – Middle East ^
11/04 – Philadelphia, PA (US) – Theater of Living Arts ^

* = w/ Koji
^ = w/ Frank Turner, Andrew Jackson Jihad