After three years, indie-rock band Florence and The Machine have revealed details of their forthcoming album along with a North American headlining tour later this year.

Preceding the tour, the group will hit a handful of festivals throughout the summer, including Poland’s Orange Warsaw Festival, Spain’s Bibao BBK Live, and Melt! Festival in Denmark. The 23-date trek is set to kick-off in Lake Tahoe, Nevada on August 9, and will include more festivals like Motreal’s Osheaga Festival, Grandoozy Festival in Denver, and Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas. Additionally, they will play large arenas like the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut before wrapping up in Minneapolis on October 20.

Tour dates have already been announced across the UK last week. They will commence the UK leg of the tour on November 15 in Leeds, England, and make stops in Birmingham, Glasgow, London, Manchester, and Brighton before wrapping up in Cardiff on November 26.

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Just before their North American tour begins, the group will drop their fourth studio album, High as Hope, on June 29. So far, singles “Hunger” and “Sky Full of Song” have been released, successfully landing among some of their greatest hits like “You’ve Got The Love,” “Shake It Out,” and their 2009 breakout track, “Dog Days Are Over.”

Fronted by Florence Welch, the band will be joined by a variety of supporting acts throughout the tour, including St. Vincent and Lizzo in Vancouver, Oregon and Utah, along with Perfume Genius, Kamasi Washington, Grizzly Bear, Beth Ditto, Wet, and Billie Eilish on other dates.

The group opened for The Rolling Stones last weekend and performed “Hunger” on the season finale of The Voice as well as The Tonight Show. Check out their full list of upcoming dates below.

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Florence and The Machine 2018 Tour Dates

June 2 —  Warsaw, PL @ Orange Warsaw Festival
July 12 —  Bibao, ES @ Bilbao BBK Live
July 13 —  Gräfenhainichen, DE @ Melt! Festival
August 5 —  Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Festival
August 9 —  Lake Tahoe, NV @ Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
August 11 —  San Francisco, CA @ Outside Lands Music Festival
September 8 —  Vancouver, BC @ Skookum Festival
September 10 —  Seattle, WA @ KeyArena
September 11 —  Portland, OR @ Moda Center
September 14 —  Salt Lake City, UT @ Maverik Center
September 15 —  Denver, CO @ Grandoozy Festival
September 22 —  Las Vegas, NV @ Life Is Beautiful
September 23 —  San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University
September 25 —  Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
September 29 —  Dallas, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
September 30 —  Houston, TX @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
October  2 —  Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
October  3 —  Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center
October  5 —  Washington, DC @ The Anthem
October  9 —  New York, NY @ Barclays Center
October  12 —  Boston, MA @ TD Garden
October  13 —  Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
October  14 —  Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
October  16 —  Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
October  19 —  Chicago, IL @ United Center
October  20 —  Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
November 15 —  Leeds, First Direct Arena
November 16 —  Birmingham, Genting Arena
November 17 —  Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
November 21 —  London, The O2 Arena
November 23 —  Manchester, Arena
November 25 —  Brighton, Centre
November 26 —  Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena.