Texas Unveil Video For ‘Midnight’, The Third Single To Be Taken From The Band’s Top 10 Album ‘Jump On Board’

Texas are back with ‘Jump On Board’, a glorious new album from one of Britain’s best loved bands. Now signed to BMG, Texas have made an absolute pop classic boasting the back to the dance floor first single ‘Let’s Work It Out’ and the stone cold smash hit ‘Tell That Girl’. Watch here

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. It’s the perfect antidote to these worrying times and will put a big smile back on your face.

“When music’s in your DNA, what’s gone in will come back out,” Sharleen Spiteri says. “’Jump On Board’ has references of course, but it’s an up-front, modern-sounding record.”

‘Jump on Board’ is the first new Texas studio album since ‘The Conversation’ in 2013. 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.

“We feel refreshed,” Sharleen admits. “We definitely had a great time making this record. It’s time to jig it all up. It’s like a new beginning. This is the next part of our story, and we’re loving it.”

With songs as strong as the ten tracks on ‘Jump On Board’, who are we to argue.

Having already sold out two nights at Kelvingrove Park Glasgow in July (with a third recently put on sale due to phenomenal demand), Texas kick off their UK tour 11th September in Cardiff.



Mon 11th                                          CARDIFF, St Davids Hall

Tues 12th                                           CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange

Weds 13th                                         OXFORD, New Theatre

Fri 15th                                                           IPSWICH, Regent

Sat 16th                                             SHEFFIELD, City Hall

Sun 17th                                            LONDON, Royal Albert Hall

Tues 19th                                           LEICESTER, De Montfort Hall

Weds 20th                                         GRIMSBY, Auditorium

Thurs 21st                                          YORK, Barbican

Sat 23rd                                             EDINBURGH, Usher Hall

Sun 24th                                            DUNDEE, Caird Hall

Mon 25th                                          INVERNESS, Leisure Centre

Weds 27th                                         NEWCASTLE, City Hall

Thurs 28th                                          MANCHESTER, Bridgewater Hall

Fri 29th                                                           LIVERPOOL, Philharmonic Hall



Sun 1st                                                BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall

Mon 2nd                                            NOTTINGHAM, Royal Concert Hall

Tues 3rd                                             SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion

Thurs 5th                                            LLANDUDNO, Venue Cymru Theatre

Fri 6th                                                  BRISTOL, Colston hall

Sat 7th                                                PLYMOUTH, Pavilions

Tickets are available now.


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