Canada’s up-and-coming indie rockers Wolf Parade are kicking off the second leg of their U.S. tour later this fall, followed by a jaunt across...

Canada’s up-and-coming indie rockers Wolf Parade are kicking off the second leg of their U.S. tour later this fall, followed by a jaunt across Europe. The run of the States begins November 1 at Asbury Hall in Buffalo, NY, and continues through a November 14 gig at the newly renovated Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, NJ.

The 12-date trek is a follow-up to the West Coast-centered summer tour, and features a November 7 show at the Blue Note in Columbia, MO, and a November 13 gig at State Theatre in State College, PA. Afterwards, the Montreal-based band will end the year with a 16-city run through Europe, beginning November 17 at Tavastia Klubi in Helsinki, FIN, and wrapping December 5 at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, BEL.

Wolf Parade is touring behind the group’s second studio album, “At Mount Zoomer,” released in June. The record, which features the self-released cut “Call It a Ritual,” peaked at No. 45 on the Billboard 200 and No. 4 on the music magazine’s Independent Albums chart.

Much like the band’s 2005 debut “Apologies to the Queen Mary,” the new album received high marks from music critics across the board. A Rolling Stone review called the disc “largely indecipherable, totally animalistic and frequently breathtaking.”

“After ‘Apologies’ we wrote about four or five new songs, but we decided to throw them out because they sounded too much like what we’d already done,” singer and guitarist Dan Boeckner explained in a statement on the band’s SubPop profile. “We could have easily made another ‘Apologies,’ but what would have been the point?”

On the new album, as with all of Wolf Parade’s material, Boeckner splits the songwriting and vocal duties with keyboardist Spencer Krug. “It’s hard enough to get us all in the same room at the same time, so when we do get to write songs there isn’t really time for our egos to get in the way,” Krug said of his partnership with Boeckner.

The rockers took their partnership on the road earlier in the year to support “At Mount Zoomer,” first with a five-city tour of UK and Ireland in May, followed by a 24-city North American jaunt. The initial dates of the tour included a July 18-19 run at The Music Box at Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, a July 31-August 1 set at Terminal 5 in New York, NY, and five shows in Canada.

Wolf Parade itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

November 1Buffalo, NYAsbury Hall @ Babeville
November 2Cleveland, OHBeachland Ballroom & Tavern
November 3Omaha, NESlowdown
November 5Tulsa, OKThe Marquee
November 6Little Rock, ARRevolution
November 7Columbia, MOThe Blue Note
November 8Saint Louis, MOThe Gargoyle
November 10Madison, WIMajestic Theatre
November 11Indianapolis, INThe Vogue
November 12Newport, KYSouthgate House
November 13State College, PAState Theatre
November 14Montclair, NJWellmont Theatre
November 17Helsinki, FINTavastia Klubi
November 19Stockholm, SWEDebaser Medis
November 20Copenhagen, DENVEGA House Of Music
November 21Berlin, GERFestsaal Kreuzberg
November 22Hamburg, GERUebel & Gefahrlich
November 23Stuttgart, GERManukfaktur
November 24Zurich, SWIMascotte
November 25Paris, FRATrabendo
November 26Roubaix, FRALa Grand Mix
November 28Manchester, UKRuby Lounge
November 29Dublin, IREAndrews Lane
December 1London, UKKing’s College Student Union
December 2Amsterdam, NETParadiso
December 3Cologne, GERLuxor
December 4Ghent, BELVooruit
December 5Brussels, BELAB Club @ Ancienne Belgique