Toro y Moi's latest album, What For?, is out this week (April 7) via Carpark Records, and to celebrate the disc, the synth pop artist has announced a new tour.

Kicking off in London on April 8, the tour will fly across the pond and take Chazwick Bundick -- the mastermind behind Toro y Moi -- to a number of gigs around the U.S. Not only will he be playing his own headlining shows, Bundick will also be performing at several festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza and Osheaga.

What For? was recorded in Bundick's home studio in Berkley, California; multi-instrumentalist Julian Lynch and orchestral guitarist Ruban Nielson are featured on the LP. “I’ve done electronic R&B and more traditional recorded type R&B stuff," Bundick said in a recent statement. "I just wanted to see what else was out there ... it’s all coming from the same mindset and point of creativity. It’s just me trying to take what I already have, and then taking it further.”

Toro y Moi 2015 Tour
April 8 -- London -- Oval Space
April 11 -- Indio, Calif. -- Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
April 15 -- San Diego -- North Park Theatre (with Mattson 2)
April 16 -- Los Angeles -- The Fonda Theatre (with Mattson 2)
April 18 -- Indio, Calif. -- Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
April 29 -- Washington, D.C. -- 9:30 Club (with Vinyl Williams)
April 30 -- Philadelphia -- Union Transfer (with Vinyl Williams)
May 1 -- New York City -- Terminal 5 (with Vinyl Williams and Sinkane)
May 2 -- Northampton, Mass. -- Pearl Street (with Vinyl Williams)†
May 3 -- Boston -- Paradise (with Vinyl Williams)
May 5 -- Toronto -- Danforth Music Hall (with Vinyl Williams)
May 6 -- Detroit -- Magic Stick (with Vinyl Williams)
May 7 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Mr. Smalls Theatre (with Vinyl Williams)
May 8 -- Columbus, Ohio -- Skully’s Music Diner (with Vinyl Williams)
May 9 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Headliners Music Hall (with Vinyl Williams)
May 10 -- Nashville -- Exit/In (with Vinyl Williams)
May 12 -- Carrboro, N.C. -- Cat’s Cradle
May 13 -- Columbia, S.C. -- Music Farm (with Keath Mead)
May 14 -- Atlanta -- Variety Playhouse (with Keath Mead)
May 15 -- May 17 -- Gulf Shores, Ala. -- Hangout Music Festival
May 18 -- Houston -- Fitzgerald’s (with Keath Mead)
May 19 -- Dallas -- South Side Music Hall (with Keath Mead)
May 20 -- Austin -- Emo’s (with Keath Mead)
July 31-Aug. 2 -- Chicago -- Lollapalooza
July 31-Aug. 2 -- Montreal -- Osheaga
Aug. 7-9 -- San Francisco -- Outside Lands