Psych-rockers the Bright Light Social Hour will release ‘Space Is Still the Place,’ the sophomore follow-up to their 2010 self-titled debut, this March. They’ve also unveiled the forthcoming LP’s lead single, ‘Infinite Cities’ (listen above), and a slew of accompanying tour dates (find them below).

Singer-guitarist Curtis Roush said when making the album, the trio was inspired by the struggle of their peers – particularly those residing in the south.

“We realized how few individuals were working jobs they felt self-actualized by to some extent. They’re pedaling for survival,” he said in a statement. “Our generation has grown up in continuous financial crises, a lot of unemployment, a lack of opportunity, widening inequality and pervasive issues of race, gender and class. We’re taking a lens to some of these gritty realities and espousing an optimistic, frontier-looking gaze into the future.”

“We’re taking forms of influences from soul, blues and gritty southern music and ushering them forward,” he added. “The idea evinces the south can be a vibrant, egalitarian place.”

The 10-track ‘Space Is Still the Place’ will arrive on March 10 via Frenchkiss Records. You can check out the track list below and pre-order it on iTunes.

'Space Is Still The Place' Track List
1. 'Sweet Madelene'
2. 'Slipstream'
3. 'Dreamlove'
4. 'Ghost Dance'
5. 'Sea of the Edge'
6. 'Aperture'
7. 'Ouroboros'
8. 'Infinite Cities'
9. 'The Moon'
10. 'Escape Velocity'

The Bright Light Social Hour 2015 Tour
Feb. 15: Miami, Fla. -- Coconut Grove Arts Festival
Feb. 21: Laredo, Texas -- Jalapeño Festival
March 5: New York, N.Y. -- Mercury Lounge (Early Show)
March 6: New York, N.Y. -- Mercury Lounge (Late Show)
March 7: Philadelphia, Pa. -- Boot & Saddle
March 27: Austin, Texas -- Stubb’s **Official Album Release Show**
March 31: New Orleans, La. -- Gasa Gasa
April 1: Pensacola, Fla. -- Vinyl
April 2: Jacksonville, Fla. -- Jack Rabbits
April 3: Orlando, Fla. -- Social
April 4: Tampa, Fla. -- State Theatre
April 7: Atlanta, Ga. -- The Earl
April 8: Carrboro, N.C. -- Cat’s Cradle
April 9: Washington D.C. -- DC9
April 10: Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Baby’s All Right
April 11: Boston, Mass. -- Middle East (Upstairs)
April 12: Burlington, Vt. -- High Ground Lounge
April 14: Montreal -- Quai Des Brumes
April 15: Toronto -- Horseshoe Tavern
April 16: Grand Rapids, Mich. -- Founders Taproom
April 17: Chicago, Ill. -- Empty Bottle
April 18: Cincinnati, Ohio -- Woodward Theatre
April 19: St. Louis, Mo. -- Off Broadway
April 22: Little Rock, Ark. -- Stickyz
April 23: Tulsa, Okla. -- Vanguard
April 24: Dallas, Texas -- Kessler
April 28: El Paso, Texas -- Lowbrow Palace
April 29: Phoenix, Az. -- Valley Bar
May 1: Los Angeles, Calif. -- Bootleg Theatre
May 2: Costa Mesa, Calif. -- Wayfarer
May 3: San Francisco, Calif. -- Chapel
May 5: Portland, Ore. -- Mississippi Studios
May 6: Vancouver -- Media Club
May 8: Seattle, Wash. -- Tractor Tavern
May 9: Spokane, Wash. -- The Barlett
May 10: Boise, Idah -- Neurolux
May 12: Salt Lake City, Utah -- Kilby Court
May 13: Denver, Colo. -- Bluebird