Beirut have announced their signing to 4AD Records, along with a brand new full-length album release entitled 'No No No' which is set to hit shelves in the Fall of 2015. Plus, they're scheduled to hit the road this summer alongside the album release.

Zach Condon from Beirut promoZach Condon returns with a new album from Beirut - 'No No No'

Zach Condon's multi-instrumental band Beirut are set to return four years since the release of their last album, 'The Rip Tide', marking their fourth full record and their first on their new deal with 4AD. You can expect more ethereal vocals, driving rhythms and colourful soundscapes from this alternative folk collective if the title track is anything to go by, and this worldly pop aesthetic is sure to grip global audiences.

More: Watch the video for Beirut's hometown song 'Santa Fe'

Recorded over two weeks during an infamously bitter winter in New York, 'No No No' reflects a particularly difficult time for Condon, whose broken marriage and constant touring left him hospitalised with severe exhaustion. He was stuck in Australia at the time, but has thankfully managed to pull his life back together by getting back to New York and finding love again.

Beirut was originally a solo project for Santa Fe, New Mexico born Condon, before it was expanded into a full band in 2006 ahead of the release of their debut album 'Gulag Orkestar'. Since then, they have released 2007's 'The Flying Club Cup', the aforementioned 2011 record 'The Rip Tide' and a series of EPs, and they're showing no signs of slowing down. Condon has since branched out into guest appearances, featuring on The New Pornographers' album 'Together' and Sharon Van Etten's 2012 song 'We Are Fine'.

More: Read our review of Beirut's debut album 'Gulag Orkestar'

The band will be supporting the new release with a US and Europe tour beginning in June and finishing in November. They will be headlining a Radio City Music Hall gig in New York and performing at London's Brixton Academy, alongside a number of festival appearances such as Ottawa Jazz Festival, Musicfest NW and Festival International de Jazz de Montreal.

More: See pictures from Beirut's live shows

'No No No' is released on September 11th 2015.

1. Gibraltar
2. No No No
3. At Once
4. August Holland
5. As Needed 
6. Perth
7. Pacheco
8. Fener
9. So Allowed

Tour dates:
June 19th - WOODSTOCK, NY, Bearsville Theater
June 26th - MONTREAL, QC, Festival International de Jazz de Montreal
June 28th - OTTAWA, ON, Ottawa Jazz Festival
July 16th - PEMBERTON, BC, Pemberton Music Festival
August 22nd - PORTLAND, OR, Musicfest NW
September 14th - BRUSSELS, Ancienne Belgique
September 17th - AMSTERDAM, Paradiso
September 20th - BERLIN, Columbiahalle
September 22nd - PARIS, Zenith
September 24th - LONDON, Brixton Academy
October 1st - NEW YORK, NY, Radio City Music Hall
October 4th - SANTA FE, NM, Santa Fe National Historic Landmark
October 6th - SAN DIEGO, CA, Open Air Theatre
October 7th - LOS ANGELES, CA, Hollywood Palladium
October 8th - LOS ANGELES, CA, Hollywood Palladium
October 10th - BERKELEY, CA, Greek Theatre
October 13th - SEATTLE, WA, Paramount Theatre
November 3rd - WASHINGTON, DC, Lincoln Theatre
November 6th - PHILADELPHIA, PA, Tower Theatre
November 7th - BOSTON, MA, House of Blues
November 10th - CHICAGO, IL, Riviera Theatre
November 13th - TORONTO, ON, Danforth Music Hall
November 14th - TORONTO, ON, Danforth Music Hall