The rumors are true: Sleater-Kinney is reuniting. The group has announced a new, secretly recorded album, No Cities To Love, due January 20, and a North American and European tour in support. Dates for that run are below, as is the Miranda July-directed lyric video for “Bury Our Friends,” the group’s first new song in almost a decade, which was teased with a mysterious 7-inch included with its recent career-spanning box set.

No Cities To Love was produced by John Goodmanson, who also worked on Call The Doctor, One Beat, Dig Me Out, and All Hands On The Bad One. In a press release, group member and big-time Portlandia star Carrie Brownstein said the renewed Sleater-Kinney sounds “possessed” on the new record, having willed “the entire weight of the band and what it means to us back into existence.”

Sleater-Kinney tour 2015

Feb. 8—Knitting Factory Spokane—Spokane, Washington
Feb. 9—Knitting Factory Boise—Boise, Idaho
Feb. 10—The Depot—Salt Lake City, Utah
Feb. 12—Ogden Theater—Denver, Colorado
Feb. 13—Slowdown—Omaha, Nebraska
Feb. 14—First Avenue—Minneapolis, Minnesota
Feb. 15—Turner Hall—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Feb. 17—Riviera—Chicago, Illinois
Feb. 22—House Of Blues—Boston, Massachusetts
Feb. 24—9:30 Club—Washington, D.C.
Feb. 26—Terminal 5—New York, New York
Feb. 28—Union Transfer—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 1—Stage AE—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 18—Postbahnhof—Berlin, Germany
March 19—Paradiso—Amsterdam, The Netherlands
March 20—Cigale—Paris, France
March 21—Trix—Antwerp, Belgium
March 23—Roundhouse—London, United Kingdom
March 24—Albert Hall—Manchester, United Kingdom
March 25—O2 ABC—Glasgow, Scotland
March 26—Vicar Street—Dublin, Ireland