NEW SINGLE / VIDEO : Texas release video ft. Tommy Flanagan for new single ‘Mr Haze’

Texas
Release Hazy Video For Soul-Soaked 
New Single Mr Haze
Featuring Gladiator Actor Tommy Flanagan
New Album ‘Hi’ Released May 28th On BMG
28 Date UK & Ireland Tour 2022

Following the announcement of their brand new album, Hi, last week, Texas have revealed the kaleidoscopic video for their soul-soaked Motown single ‘Mr Haze’, featuring legendary Scottish actor Tommy Flanagan. The track, which is driven by a sample of Donna Summer’s iconic ‘Love’s Unkind’, is the second to be taken from their exhilarating new album, out May 28th on BMG.

Directed by the award-winning Scot Simone Smith and filmed in Glasgow, the psychedelic rainbow video for ‘Mr Haze’ sees lead singer Sharleen Spiteri and Tommy Flanagan lose themselves in a sun-drenched backdrop, draped in visuals of Donna Summers. ‘It’s so great to be working with my old friend and now Hollywood star Tommy Flanagan, we met at 14 years old and will always be that age to me’ Sharleen said of the video.

‘Hi’ is Texas’ 10th album, a stunning result of looking back with eyes fixed firmly on the future. Three of the songs were written in lockdown, in Scotland, Wales, LA and Sweden. Collaborations include ‘Dark Fire’, written with Richard Hawley, a lovely tune that recalls the spirit of a slow dance at a high school prom while ‘Look What You’ve Done’, is an intoxicating, classic duet where Sharleen trades verses with Clare Grogan (Altered Images).

“Our excitement at finding this treasure trove of songs collided with our excitement back then and, unplanned, new songs started coming,” Sharleen says. “You could say we were inspired by ourselves!”

Texas also head out on a run of UK and Ireland dates in 2022. Tickets on sale now from HERE.

Feb 2022
Thu 10th  Dublin, Olympia
Fri 11th  Dublin, Olympia
Sun 13th  Belfast, Waterfront
Mon 14th  Belfast, Waterfront
Wed 16th  Island of Man, Villa Marina
Fri 18th  Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
Sat 19th  Halifax, Victoria Theatre
Mon 21st  Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
Tue 22nd  Northampton, Derngate
Thu 24th  Guildford, G Live
Fri 25th  Harrogate, Convention Centre
Sat 26th  Hull, Bonus Arena
Mon 28th  Sheffield, City Hall

Mar 2022
Tue 1st  Leicester, De Montfort Hall
Weds 2nd  Leicester, De Montfort Hall
Thu 3rd  Newcastle, O2 City Hall
Fri 4th  Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Sat 5th  Birmingham, Symphony Hall
Mon 7th  Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
Tue 8th  Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
Thu 10th  Bath, Forum
Fri 11th  Brighton, Centre
Sat 12th  Bournemouth, International Centre
Mon 14th  Cardiff, St David’s Hall
Tue 15th  Llandudno, Venue Cymru Theatre
Wed 16th  London, Palladium
Fri 18th  Oxford, New Theatre
Sat 19th  Margate, Winter Gardens
Sun 20th  Stoke-On-Trent, Victoria Hall