With their first new studio album in eight years, Strangers to Ourselves, being greeted favorably in most corners, Modest Mouse have been making the rounds in support of it. Following the usual late night television shots such as Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Late Late Show, the band has just announced a batch of new tour dates for the rest of 2015.

The tour will take them all across the U.S., then overseas, then back home again. The run of dates includes stops at various high profile festivals like Sasquatch and the Calling Festival in London, England. They will wrap things up in October with a taping of Austin City Limits.

Frontman Isaac Brock recently told Billboard he had originally considered the legendary Sir George Martin or the also legendary Brian Eno to produce the new album, but things didn't go that way in the end. "With Martin, I ended up hearing back from his son," Brock explained. "He was like, 'My dad's like 87 years old and hasn't produced in years. He's an old guy drinking some wine.'

"Eno was a little more complicated," he continued. "Before they said whether he'd do it, they gave us this perhaps-too-involved explanation of how he approached his producing; he's a member of the band but he also won't be showing up for a lot of the daily producing. It was something like that. I'm a little foggy on the details. I'm a huge fan of what that dude does, but he can't claim to both be a member of the band and also not show up most of the time."

Modest Mouse 2015 Tour
May 9: Charlotte, N.C.-- The Fillmore
May 10: Atlanta, Ga. -- Shaky Knees Music Festival
May 12: New Orleans, La. -- Civic Theatre
May 14: Miami, Fla. -- The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason
May 16: Orlando, Fla. -- Beacham Theater
May 17: Gulf Shores, Ala. -- Hangout Music Festival
May 19: Richmond, Va. -- The National
May 20: Norfolk, Va. -- The NorVa
May 21: Bethlehem, Pa. -- ArtsQuest Center
May 23: George, Wash. -- Sasquatch! Music Festival
May 24: Cooperstown, N.Y. -- Brewery Onmegang #
May 25: Boston, Mass. -- Boston Calling
June 6: Mountain View, Calif. -- Shoreline Amphitheatre
June 7: Chula Vista, Calif. -- Sleep Train Amphitheater
June 19: Dover, Del. -- Firefly Festival
June 21: Minneapolis, Minn. -- Rock the Garden
June 26: Odense, DK -- Tinderbox Festival
June 27: Norrkoping, SE -- Bravalla Festival
June 28: Oslo -- Piknik | Parken
June 30: Berlin -- Columbiahalle
July 1: Gdynia -- Open’er Festival
July 3: Utrecht -- Tivolivredenburg
July 4: London -- Calling Festival
July 5: Birmingham -- The Institute
July 7: Manchester -- The Ritz
July 8: Leeds -- O2 Academy Leeds
July 9: Newcastle -- O2 Academy
July 10: Dublin -- The Helix
July 12: Perth -- T in the Park
July 18: Birmingham, Ala.-- Sloss Music and Arts Festival
July 19: Louisville, Ky. -- Forecastle Festival
July 22: Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Prospect Park Bandshell
July 23: Boston, Mass. -- Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
July 25: Oro-Medonte -- WayHome Music and Arts Festival
July 26: Detroit, Mich. -- Mo Pop Festival
Aug. 15: Omaha, Neb. -- Maha Music Festival
Aug. 18: Albuquerque, Ninn. -- Villa Hispana
Aug. 19: Flagstaff, Ariz. -- Orpheum Theater
Aug. 20: Las Vegas, Nev. -- Brooklyn Bowl
Aug. 21: Los Angeles, Calif. -- Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Aug. 23: Portland, Ore. -- MusicFest NW
Oct. 10: Austin, Texas -- Austin City Limits