Durham, N.C.-based rockers Delta Rae will follow up their 2012 debut, ‘Carry the Fire,’ with their second LP, ‘After It All,’ in April. While the album will still carry Delta Rae’s signature indie-folk sound, the six-piece outfit say they had a specific concept in mind when creating ‘After It All.’

“Our goals for the record were to make something cinematic, romantic and American,” Delta Rae’s Eric Holljes said in a press release.

While it began with an outside narrative in mind, the bandmates said they kept returning to a more confessional-oriented approach.

“We kept coming back to ourselves as we were writing,” singer Brittany Holljes added. “These songs were integral to our own stories in our own lives. It had to be an honest reflection of what we were feeling instead of being projected onto characters we created.”

‘After It All’ lands April 7 on Sire/Warner Bros. Records. Ahead of its release, Delta Rae will kick off a tour in support of the 13-track album on Feb. 7 in Texas. Check out a full list of stops below; tickets go on sale Jan. 16:

Delta Rae 2015 Tour
Feb. 7: Mardi Gras! Galveston @ Saengerfest Park -- Galveston, Texas
March 27: Jefferson Theater -- Charlottesville, Va.
March 28: The Americana Festival @ Weinberg Center for the Arts -- Frederick, Md.
April 9: Theatre of the Living Arts -- Philadelphia, Pa.
April 10: 9:30: Club -- Washington, D.C.
April 14: Webster Hall -- New York, N.Y.
April 18: Royale Boston -- Boston, Mass.
April 19: Sweetwater 420 Festival @ Centennial Olympic Park -- Atlanta, Ga.
April 23: Royal Oak Music Theatre -- Royal Oak, Mich.
April 24: Metro Chicago -- Chicago, Ill.
April 25: Majestic Theatre -- Madison, Wis.
April 28: First Avenue -- Minneapolis, Minn.
April 30: Deluxe @ Old National Centre -- Indianapolis, Ind.
May 1: City Winery -- Nashville, Tenn.
May 7: Neighborhood Theatre -- Charlotte, N.C.
May 9: The Ritz -- Raleigh, N.C.