The Shins at Shaky Knees Festival 2017 (Photo: Paul R. Giunta/Getty Images)

The Shins have announced a summer and fall tour behind Heartworms, their first full-length studio album since 2012. We said that at its best, the album turns “existential dread into a string-swept dreamscape,” and that—ever true to himself—James Mercer’s “subject matter [is] frequently much heavier than the psychedelia-tinged pop it’s bathed in.” They’ll perform alongside fellow indie-rock powerhouses Spoon in Phoenix, Denver, and a few of the California gigs. The Shins have played a handful of venues and festival this year, but this is the most extensive tour they’ve done since 2013, touring behind Port Of Morrow.

The Shins summer/fall tour 2017

6/10—Anchorage, Alaska—Moose’s Tooth Pub

6/15—Brooklyn—Prospect Park Bandshell

6/16—Portland, Maine—Thompson’s Point

6/17—Cooperstown, New York—Brewery Ommegang

6/18—Dover, Delaware—Firefly Music Festival

6/21—Troutdale, Oregon—Edgefield

6/22—Ogden, Utah—Ogden Amphitheatre

6/23—Las Vegas—The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas—The Chelsea

7/6—Winnipeg, Manitoba—Winnipeg Folk Fest

7/7—Minneapolis—Basilica Block Party

7/8—Des Moines, Iowa—80/35 Music Festival

7/9—Milwaukee, Wisconsin—Summerfest

7/11—Niagara Falls, New York—Rapid Theatre

7/12—Ottawa Blues Fest—Ottawa, Canada

7/27—Meijer Gardens Amphitheater—Grand Rapids, Michigan

7/28—Oro-Medonte, Ontario—Wayhome Music & Arts Festival

7/29—Cleveland, Ohio—Agora Theatre

7/30—Burlington, Vermont—Lake Champlain Maritime Festival

8/1—Pittsburgh—Stage AE

8/2—Boston—House of Blues

8/3—Chicago–Grant Park

8/4—Montreal, Quebec—Osheaga


8/10—Gothenburg, Sweden—Way Out West

8/11—Oslo, Norway—Oya Festival

8/13—Copenhagen, Denmark—Vega

8/14—Hamburg, Germany—Grobe Freiheit

8/15—Berlin, Germany—Astra Kulturhaus

8/16—Cologne, Germany—Live Music Hall

8/17—Brecon, Wales—Green Man Festival

8/18—Kiewit-Hasselt, Belgium—Pukkelpop

8/19—Biddinghuizen, Netherlands—Lowlands Festival

8/20—Brecon, Wales—Green Man Festival

8/22—Manchester, England—Academy

8/23—Nottingham, England—Rock City

8/27—Turin, Italy—Todays Festival

9/23—Redmond, Washington—Marymoor Park

9/24—Spokane, Washington—Knitting Factory Concert House

9/25—Eugene, Oregon—McDonald Theatre

9/26—Bend, Oregon—The Athletic Club Of Bend

9/28—Paso Robles, California—Vina Robles Amphitheatre

9/30—Berkeley, California—Greek Theater (with Spoon)

10/01—San Diego—Cal Coast Credit Union (with Spoon)

10/3—Phoenix—Comerica Theater (with Spoon)

10/4—Sante Fe—The Santa Fe Opera House

10/5—Denver—Red Rocks Amphitheater (with Spoon)

11/3—Brooklyn—Kings Theatre

11/4—Philadelphia—The Fillmore

11/7—Detroit—The Fillmore Detroit

11/8—Columbus, Ohio—Express Live! Indoor Pavillion

11/14—New Orleans—Civic Theatre

11/15—Nashville—Ryman Auditorium

11/16—Charlotte, North Carolina—The Fillmore Charlotte

11/17—Atlanta—Coca Cola Roxy Theatre

11/19—Mexico City, Mexico—Corona Capital

[via Pitchfork]