Indie rock band Deerhunter, the outfit behind albums like Halcyon Digest and 2013’s Monomania, has announced that it’s launching a worldwide tour in support of its latest release. Announced earlier this month, Fading Frontier will be the group’s seventh studio album; the first single from the new compilation, “Snakeskin,” was released along with the announcement.

The tour will kick off in Los Angeles on October 17, the day after the album’s release. After that, Deerhunter will move through the Pacific Northwest and then head to Europe before circling back to the States to finishing up in the band’s hometown of Atlanta. It’ll be the group’s first major outing since frontman Bradford Cox (who had a small role in 2013’s Dallas Buyers Club, and is seen above in a pair of fetching overalls) was hit by a car last year. Cox will do double duty on the tour, with his solo project, Atlas Sound, opening at several of the shows.

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Deerhunter world tour dates:

10/17: Los Angeles, CA—The Regent Theatre

10/17 and 10/18: San Francisco, CA—Treasure Island Music Festival

10/20: Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom

10/21: Seattle, WA—The Showbox

10/29: Paris, France—Pitchfork Music Festival Paris

10/30: Brighton, England—All Saints Church

10/31: Liverpool, England—Liverpool Music Week

11/01: Dublin, Ireland—Button Factory

11/03: Glasgow, Scotland—SWG3

11/04: Leeds, England—Brudenell Social Club

11/06: Manchester, England—Gorilla

11/07: London, England—O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

11/09: Tourcoing, France—Le Grand Mix

11/10: Reims, France—La Cartonnerie

11/11: Nimes, France—Paloma

11/12: Milan, Italy—Magnolia

11/13: Ravenna, Italy—Bronson

11/14: Geneve, Switzerland—L’usine

11/15: Zurich, Switzerland—Rote Fabrik

11/16: Heidelberg, Germany—Kulturhaus Karlstorbahnof

11/18: Berlin, Germany—Lido

11/19: Copenhagen, Denmark—Vega

11/21: Brussels, Belgium—Botanique Orangerie

11/22: Utrecht, Netherlands—Le Guess Who Festival

12/04: Asheville, NC—Orange Peel

12/05: Washington, DC—9:30 Club

12/06: Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer

12/08: New York, NY—Irving Plaza

12/09: Brooklyn, NY—Warsaw

12/10: Boston, MA—Royale

12/12: Detroit, MI—Majestic Theatre

12/13: Chicago, IL—Thalia Hall

12/14: Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue

12/15: Madison, WI—Majestic Theatre

12/17: Columbus, OH—Skully’s Music Diner

01/08: Atlanta, GA—Variety Playhouse

01/09: Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre

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