(Image courtesy of The Dandy Warhols)

Less than a month after the release of their first new song in nearly four years, The Dandy Warhols have just announced a new tour and album for 2016. The Portland rockers’ new single, “You Are Killing Me,” which has kind of a Rentals quality to it, will be featured on the upcoming Distortland, the band’s 10th album. The Dandy Warhols first recorded the album in lead singer Courtney Taylor-Taylor’s basement on an ’80s cassette recorder, then longtime Stereophonics producer Jim Lowe put the finishing touches on the LP, which drops April 8 via Dine Alone Records. The supporting tour will be a mostly domestic affair, with dates in New York and Kentucky, as well as a few shows in Canada. The tour kicks off April 1 in Salt Lake City; tickets are on sale now, and the complete list of dates is below. Distortland preorders are also open.

April 1—The Complex—Salt Lake City, Utah
April 2—Boulder Theater—Boulder, Colorado
April 3—The Riot Room—Kansas City, Missouri
April 5—Magic Bag—Ferndale, Michigan
April 6—Musica—Akron, Ohio
April 8—Phoenix Concert Theatre—Toronto, Ontario
April 9—Ritual—Ottawa, Ontario
April 10—L’Astral—Montreal, Quebec
April 12—Bowery Ballroom—New York, New York
April 13—Bowery Ballroom—New York, New York
April 15—The Sinclair—Cambridge, Massachusetts
April 17—9:30 Club—Washington, D.C.
April 18—Mr. Small’s Theatre—Millvale, Pennsylvania
April 19—Mercury Ballroom—Louisville, Kentucky

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