Texas will celebrate their 34-year legacy with a special new 2LP & 2CD Compilation ‘The Very Best Of 1989 – 2023’, due out on 16 June 2023 on [PIAS] Recordings.

The announcement arrives ahead of the Scottish pop-rock band’s appearance on the Pyramid Stage at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.

Alongside a collection of their biggest hits, the album will also include two brand new tracks ‘Keep On Talking’ and ‘After All’.


Texas is one of the UK’s most loved bands and have gone on to produce 10 studio albums, selling over 40 million records worldwide.

Looking back, lead singer Sharleen Spiteri commented, “No’ bad for a hairdresser fae Glasgow!” she says, an old joke but still a good one (and a true one). “But I gotta be honest: I still feel like I’m really close to the beginning. And the energy and the vibe between us all – as a band I don’t think we’ve ever been happier, and I don’t think we’ve ever been tighter. And I don’t think we’ve ever been more definite about who we are.”

Texas 2023 Live Dates:

Dublin Trinity College, 26 June
Hideaway Festival, 05-06 Aug

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Texas ‘The Very Best Of 1989 – 2023’ Full Album Tracklisting:
Say What You Want
Black Eyed Boy
Inner Smile
Mr Haze
I Don’t Want A Lover
Summer Son
Keep On Talking
The Conversation
In Our Lifetime
In Demand
Put Your Arms Around Me
Let’s Work It Out
When We Are Together
Say What You Want (All Day Everyday) feat. Wu-Tang Clan
Tired Of Being Alone
Start A Family feat. Alan Rickman
So Called Friend
Everyday Now
After All
Sleep feat. Paul Buchanan
So In Love With You

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