Over the past few days, Pennsylvania-based grunge rockers Superheaven -- who were formerly known as Daylight up until last fall -- have been hinting at new music with a link to a mysterious website featuring a choppy video, an excerpt of an intriguing new song and a quickly dwindling countdown. It definitely piqued our curiosity, and thankfully, the wait is now over: Superheaven will return with Ours Is Chrome on May 4 via Side One Dummy.

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“The [album] title refers to how our lifestyle is chrome -- to someone who doesn’t really understand being in a band, to family members and people that you work with, if you’re in a band then you might as well be famous,” frontman Taylor Madison said of the band’s new long-player in a statement. “They don’t understand there’s way more that goes into it. It looks shiny on the outside and stuff, but it is what it is.”

Ours Is Chrome follows Superheaven’s 2013 debut, Jar. To celebrate the good news, the band has also debuted a brand-new music video for the record’s lead single, “I’ve Been Bored.” Watch the Alex Henery-directed clip below:

To top things off, the quartet -- Madison, singer-guitarist Jake Clarke, bassist Joe Kane and drummer Zack Robbins -- has also revealed a string of headlining tour dates in support of the forthcoming album, which will kick off on May 15 at New York’s Webster Hall. Check out a complete list of stops below:

Superheaven 2015 Tour
May 15: New York, N.Y. – The Studio at Webster Hall
May 16: Asbury Park, N.J. – Skate And Surf
May 17: Pittsburgh, Pa. – The Smiling Moose
May 19: Syracuse, N.Y. – Saint Claire Theater
May 20: Toronto, Ontario – Hard Luck Bar
May 21: Lakewood, Ohio – Mahall’s
May 22: Chicago, Ill. – The Beat Kitchen
May 23: Howell, Mich. – Bled Fest
May 24: St. Louis, Mo. – The Demo
May 26: Denver, Colo. – Hi Dive
May 27: Salt Lake City, Utah – The Loading Dock
May 28: Reno, Nev. – The Holland Project
May 29: Berkley, Calif. – 924 Gilman St
May 30: Echo Park, Calif. – The Echo
May 31: Anaheim, Calif. – Chain Reaction
June 2: San Diego, Calif. -- Voodoo Room
June 3: Phoenix, Az. -- Rebel Lounge
June 4: El Paso, Texas -- Mesa Music Hall
June 5: Austin, Texas -- Mohawk
June 6: Dallas, Texas -- Sons Of Hermann Hall
June 8: Atlanta, Ga. -- Purgatory
June 9: Tampa, Fla. -- Epic Problem
June 10: Margate, Fla. -- O'Malley's
June 11: Orlando, Fla. -- Backbooth
June 12: Jacksonville, Fla. -- Burro Bar
June 13: Charlotte, N.C. -- Casbah
June 14: Richmond, Va. -- Strange Matter
June 16: Howell, N.J. -- Game Changer
June 17: North Haven, Ct. -- UANC
June 18: Washington, D.C. -- DC9
June 19: Amityville, N.Y. -- Amityville Music Hall
June 20: Boston, Mass. -- Middle East (upstairs)