Back in May, Interpol announced a handful of tour dates. But now that they're getting ready to release a new album (their first in four years), they've just unveiled a whole bunch more that will keep them on the road until the end of November.

The band will kick things off on July 30 with a show in Chicago, which is a warm-up of sorts for their Lollapalooza gig the next day.

After a little break, they'll head to Las Vegas on Aug. 20, and then wind around the U.S. through the fall, until things wrap up at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 29.

Here's a complete list of tour dates.

7/30 - Chicago - House of Blues
8/01 - Chicago - Lollapalooza
8/20 - Tempe, Ariz. - The Marquee Theatre
8/21 - Las Vegas - The Pool at The Cosmopolitan
8/23 - Los Angeles - FYF Fest
9/15 - Vancouver - Commodore Ballroom
9/16 - Seattle - Paramount
9/17 - Portland, Ore. - Crystal Ballroom
9/20 - Oakland, Calif. - Fox Theatre
9/24 - San Diego - House of Blues
9/26 - Salt Lake City - The Depot
9/27 - Denver - Ogden
9/29 - Lawrence, Ks. - Granada
9/30 - Tulsa, Okla. - Cains
10/02 - Dallas - Southside
10/03 - Houston - House of Blues
10/03-10/05 - Austin - Austin City Limits
10/07 - New Orleans - House of Blues
10/09 - Memphis - Minglewood Hall
10/10-10/12 - Austin - Austin City Limits
11/06 - St. Petersburg, Fla. - Jannus Landing
11/07 - Orlando - House of Blues
11/08 - Miami - Fillmore
11/10 - Atlanta - Tabernacle
11/11 - Nashville - Marathon Music Works
11/14 - Minneapolis - First Avenue
11/15 - Milwaukee - The Pabst Theatre
11/17 - Columbus, Ohio - Newport Music Hall
11/18 - Toronto - Kool Haus
11/20 - Montreal - Metropolis
11/21 - Boston - House of Blues
11/22 - Philadelphia - Union Transfer
11/24 - New York City - Terminal 5
11/29 - Washington, D.C - 9:30 Club

The band's fifth album, 'El Pintor,' comes out on Sept. 9. Last week they debuted the first single, 'All the Rage Back Home,' along with a video, which you can watch here: