Punk band Brand New will spend more than a month on the road this fall as the group promotes its latest album with a headline tour. The venture begins October 1 at Time Warner Cable Amphitheater in Cleveland, OH, and ends November 28 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, NY.

The 40-date trek includes stops from coast to coast across the United States, as well as a couple dates in the eastern provinces of Canada. The tour also includes several multiple-night engagements booked for October 20-21 at the House of Blues in San Diego, CA; November 14-15 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA; November 17-18 at the House of Blues in Boston, MA; and November 21-22 at Kool Haus in Toronto, ON.

Though the tour’s opening date is still a couple months off, one venue change has already been made for the itinerary. The band’s November 24 concert in Rochester was originally scheduled for Main Street Armory, but has since been rescheduled for Dome Arena. Both venues are approximately the same size, though the Armory has a slightly larger capacity than the Dome.

TFL and ATBS for ticketing professionals

Tickets for the tour will go on sale to the general public starting August 10.

Three opening acts have been booked for the jaunt and will provide support on separate legs of the trek. Manchester Orchestra will be along for the first leg, from opening night through October 23. Thrice picks up supporting duties on October 25 and remains on the bill through November 14. Glassjaw closes out the final portion from November 15 on.

Brand New will be promoting its upcoming fourth studio album, “Daisy,” scheduled for release on September 22. The record is a follow-up to the November 2006 release “The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me,” which debuted at No. 31 on the Billboard 200.

“It’s a pretty exhausting record. It’s quite dense and I think some of the decisions we made don’t always go in the most obvious direction,” frontman Jesse Lacey said of the upcoming album in a recent interview with Kerrang!. “We were thinking a lot more about what we’d want to play when we were up onstage rather than actually what you’d want to hear on a record.”

Brand New itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 16 Puyallup, WA Puyallup Fair
October 1 Cleveland, OH Time Warner Cable Amphitheater
October 2 Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit
October 3 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
October 4 St. Paul, MN Myth
October 6 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
October 7 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater
October 8 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium
October 9 Salt Lake City, UT Salt Palace Convention Center
October 13 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
October 15 Bakersfield, CA Rabobank Arena
October 16 San Jose, CA Event Center at San Jose State University
October 17 Hollywood, CA Hollywood Palladium
October 20 – 21 San Diego, CA House of Blues
October 22 Mesa, AZ Mesa Amphitheatre
October 23 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
October 25 Lubbock, TX Amphitheatre at Lone Star Event Center
October 27 Austin, TX Waller Creek Amphitheater
October 29 Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
October 30 Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom
October 31 Houston, TX Verizon Wireless Theater
November 1 New Orleans, LA Voodoo Experience
November 3 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle
November 4 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues
November 5 Tampa, FL The Ritz
November 7 North Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
November 9 Charlotte, NC Fillmore Charlotte
November 10 Richmond, VA The National
November 11 Baltimore, MD Sonar
November 13 Norfolk, VA NorVa
November 14 – 15 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
November 17 – 18 Boston, MA House of Blues
November 20 Montreal, QC Olympia de Montreal
November 21 – 22 Toronto, ON Kool Haus
November 24 Rochester, NY Dome Arena
November 25 Wallingford, CT Chevrolet Theatre
November 28 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum