Over the weekend, Jason Isbell unveiled “24 Frames,” the first song to surface from his upcoming fifth full-length, Something More Than Free. Now, the singer-songwriter has announced an extensive North American tour in support of the album.

Accompanied by his 400 Unit backing band, Isbell will kick off the run of dates this Thursday (May 7) in Raleigh, N.C. The tour will culminate with the already sold-out, four-night residency at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium from Oct. 23-26. See all of the scheduled stops in-between below. Throughout the duration of the tour, Isbell will be joined by many acts, including the Zac Brown Band, John Moreland, Dawes, Hurray for the Riff Raff and more.

Isbell’s tour presale opens tomorrow (May 6); grab your tickets here. The regular sale will pick up on Friday (May 8).

Something More Than Free is slated to arrive in stores on July 17 via Isbell’s own Southeastern Records. You can pre-order it now on iTunes.

Isbell and his wife Amanda Shires recently visited the Late Show as one of David Letterman’s final musical guests. Together, they delivered a moving cover Warren Zevon’s “Mutineer.”

Jason Isbell 2015 North American Tour
May 7: Raleigh, N.C. -- Walnut Creek Amphitheater
May 8: Richmond, Va. -- Friday Cheers at Brown’s Island
May 9: Maryville, Tenn. -- The Shed
May 12: Jacksonville, Fla. -- Florida Theatre
May 13: Clearwater, Fla. -- Capitol Theatre
May 15: Orlando, Fla. -- The Plaza Theatre
May 16: Atlanta, Ga. -- Shaky Boots Festival
May 17: Wilmington, N.C. -- Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
May 19: Westbury, N.Y. -- The Space at Westbury
May 20: Port Chester, N.Y. -- Capitol Theatre
May 22: Albany, N.Y. -- Hart Theatre @ The Egg
May 23: Cumberland, Md. -- Del Fest
May 24: Boston, Mass. -- Boston Calling
May 26: Rochester, N.Y. -- Water Street Music Hall
May 27: Cleveland, Ohio -- House of Blues
May 28: Bristol, Tenn. -- Paramount Center for the Arts
June 4: Cincinnati, Ohio -- PNC Pavilion
June 5: Dayton, Ohio -- Rose Music Center at the Heights
June 6: Black Mountain, N.C. -- Pisgah Brewing Co. Outdoor Stage
June 20: Austin, Texas -- Texas Union Ballroom
June 27: Aurora, Ill. -- Two Brothers Summer Festival
July 3: Jackson, Miss. -- Livingstone LIVE
July 4: Austin, Texas -- Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic
July 6: Tulsa, Okla. -- Cain’s Ballroom
July 7: Iowa City, Iowa -- The Englert Theatre
July 8: Sioux Falls, Iowa -- Orpheum Theater
July 10: Winnipeg, Canada -- Winnipeg Folk Festival
July 11: Minneapolis, Minn. -- Basilica Block Party
July 12: Lafayette, Ind. -- Lafayette Theater
July 24: Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Celebrate Brooklyn
July 26: Columbia, Md. -- Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 28: Stroudsburg, Pa. -- Sherman Theater
July 29: Philadelphia, Pa. -- Skyline Stage at the Mann Center
July 31: Fort Smith, Ark. -- Peacemaker Music & Arts Festival
Aug. 2: Wichita, Kan. -- Orpheum Theatre
Aug. 4: Boise, Idaho -- The Morrison Center
Aug. 5: Missoula, Mt. -- University Theatre
Aug. 7: Seattle, Wash. -- Moore Theatre
Aug. 8: Portland, Ore. -- Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Aug. 9: Reno, Nev. -- Grand Sierra Theatre
Aug. 11: Oakland, Calif. -- Fox Theater
Aug. 12: Los Angeles, Calif. -- The Wiltern
Aug. 14 Salt Lake City, Utah -- The Depot
Aug. 16: Lyons, Colo. -- Folks Festival
Oct. 23-26: Nashville, Tenn. -- Ryman Auditorium