Jason Isbell has officially (and finally!) announced the follow-up to his award-winning 2013 effort, Southeastern. The former Drive-by Truckers leader will release Something More Than Free -- his fifth full-length to date -- on July 17 via his own Southeastern Records.

Several track titles from the upcoming album were revealed in a press release, including album opener, “If It Takes a Life Time,” along with “24 Frames,” “Flagship,” Palmetto Rose” and “Children of Children.” Take a look at the album art below:

Southeastern Records

Recently, Isbell described his upcoming LP as having “less of a body count” than its predecessor. “It was nice that Southeastern took off the way it did because it made a lot of things in my life easier, but this one’s not nearly as depressing,” he said in an interview. “It’s a bit more celebratory.”

In addition to the forthcoming album, Isbell revealed new tour dates, which will begin on April 16 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Isbell and his 400 Unit are also scheduled to appear at Boston Calling; Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic in Austin; the Folks Festival in Lyons, Colo.; and on the April 24 episode of Late Show With David Letterman. He’ll also take on a four-night residency at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Oct. 23-26. Check out a complete itinerary below:

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Tour
April 16: Chattanooga, Tenn. -- Track 29
April 17: Charlotte, N.C. -- Tuckfest at U.S. National Whitewater Center
April 18: Greenville, S.C. -- Horizon Records (Record Store Day 2015 In-Store)
April 18: Columbia, S.C.- Music Farm Columbia
May 2: Meridian, Miss. -- Jimmie Rodgers Music Festival
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
July 4: Austin, Texas -- Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic
July 9-12: Winnipeg, Canada -- Winnipeg Folk Festival
July 26: Columbia, Md. -- Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 31: Fort Smith, Ark. – Peacemaker Music & Arts Festival
August 14-16: Lyons, Colo. -- Folks Festival
October 23-26: Nashville, Tenn. -- Ryman Auditorium