Alt-J have announced their return with second album This Is All Yours - the follow-up to 2012's Mercury Prize winning An Awesome Wave. The new record will be released on September 22 through Canvasback and Infectious Music.
Alt-J are back with new album 'This is All Yours'
The 13-track album is the band's first release as a trio, with co-founder Gwil Sainsbury leaving the group in January.
In addition to the album announcement, Alt-J have also book six shows in the UK and Ireland including shows at Alexandra Palace in London, as well as 22 gigs in France, the United States and Cananda.
Little is known about the new record and it's unclear where Alt-J recorded it.
The band sold over 1 million copies of An Awesome Wave, winning three BRIT awards and an Ivor Novello, as well as the Mercury.
The full tracklisting for This Is All Yours is:
1. Intro Arrival In Nara
3. Every Other Freckle
4. Left Hand Free
5. Garden Of England
6. Choice Kingdom
7. Hunger Of The Pine
8. Warm Foothills
9. The Gospel Of John Hurt
11. Bloodflood pt.II
12. Leaving Nara
The Alt-J tour dates are:
18 September - Glasgow, Academy
19 September - Manchester, Apollo
22 September - Wolverhampton, Civic Hall
23 September - Brighton Centre
24 September - London, Alexandra Palace
27 September - Dublin, O2 Arena
29 September - Paris, Casino de Paris
14 October - Vancouver, BC, Orpheum theatre
15 October - Seattle, WA, Paramount theatre
16 October - Portland, OR, Roseland Ballroom
20 October - Los Angeles, CA, Greek theatre
21 October - Pomona, CA, Fox theatre
24 October - San Diego, CA, Soma
27 October - Salt Lake City, UT, the Complex
28 October - Denver, CO, Fillmore Auditorium
31 October - Minneapolis, MN, Myth
2 November, Chicago, IL, Riviera theatre
4 November - Tulsa, OK, Cain's Ballroom
5 November - Dallas, TX, Southside Ballroom
6 November - Houston, TX - Bayou Music Center
7-9 November - Austin, TX - Fun Fun Fun Fest
10 November - Detroit, MI - The Filllmore
11 November - Toronto, ON - Kool Haus
12 November - Montreal, QC, Métropolis
14 November - Philadelphia, PA, Tower theatre
16 November - New York, NY, Beacon theatre
18 November - Boston, MA, Orpheum theatre
19 November - Washington, DC, Echostage