Evan Weiss is taking his indie emo musical project, Into It. Over It, on the road for a series of intimate acoustic shows in February. He’ll be joined on stage by friends Kevin Devine and Laura Stevenson. The series will kick off with a show in Washington DC on February 4, followed by a performance in New Haven the next day. The trio will then play the Sinclair in Cambridge on February 6 and then head South, onto shows in Philadelphia, Virginia and North Carolina. After playing the Vinyl in Atlanta on February 11, they’ll cross over into Florida for a series of shows and then head back up North through Alabama, into Nashville, Kentucky and then the Midwest. They’ll play Cleveland’s Beachland Ballroom on February 19, followed by shows in Grand Rapids and Chicago. They’ll close out the tour at he Bishop in Bloomington, IN, on February 22.

Into it. Over it (or IIOI for short) is the brainchild of Chicago musician Evan Wiess, who creates the music on his own and uses touring members when in need of band mates. He began releasing music in 2008 and is often credited with helping spearhead the emo revival of 2010. His most recent album, 2013’s Intersections, was released to critical acclaim, and he just recently released a cover of the Neko Case song “Deep Red Bells, ” which you can listen to below.

Into It. Over It. Tickets & Tour Dates

Official Audio for Into It. Over It.’s Cover of “Deep Red Bells”