Ben Lee has announced he will release his next album, Love Is the Great Rebellion, on June 2. It marks the Australian singer-songwriter’s very first full-length with Warner Bros. Take a listen to lead single, “Big Love” -- which Lee calls his “ukulele techno song” -- above.

“I went to my 10-year-old niece’s birthday party and saw all these kid[s] dancing to these upbeat club bangers,” Lee says of the song in a press release. “I thought it’d be great to take some of that energy, the sensual rush of electronic music, which is something I’d always been interested in, and meld it with something more philosophical and emotional.”

As for the album as a whole, Lee says Love Is the Great Rebellion is about learning from one’s past mistakes.

“It is an album about mistakes, about looking at our past errors clearly and soberly,” he says. “But [it] is also an album about rectification, about the correction of those mistakes and the undeniable spring of hope that is available to each of us in the form of fresh starts and new beginnings.”

Lee’s upcoming LP can be pre-ordered now on iTunes. Take a look at the artwork:

Warner Bros.

Next month, Lee will head out on a North American tour in support of Love Is The Great Rebellion, which launches on May 7 in Toronto and culminates in L.A. on July 17. Check out all the stops in-between -- along with the album tracklist -- below:

Love Is the Great Rebellion Tracklist
1. “Giving Up On Miracles”
2. “Goodbye to Yesterday”
3. “Forgiveness”
4. “Big Love”
5. “Happiness”
6. “I’m Changing My Mind”
7. “The Body of Love”
8. “Everybody Dies”
9. “Everything Is OK”
10. “Victory”
11. “The Universe Inside”
12. “Don’t Let the Fire Die”
13. “God Is a Fire”

Ben Lee 2015 North American Tour
May 7: Toronto, Ontario – The Great Hall
May 8: Toronto, Ontario – Garrison
June 27: Philadelphia, Pa. – World Café Live – Downstairs
June 28: Washington, D.C. – The Hamilton
June 29: Annapolis, Md. – Rams Head On Stage
June 30: Cambridge, Mass. – The Sinclair
July 1: New York, N.Y. – City Winery
July 3: Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Ark
July 5: Evanston, Ill. – SPACE
July 6: Minneapolis, Minn. – Cedar Cultural Center
July 8: Vancouver, B.C. – Rio Theatre
July 9: Portland, Ore. – Alberta Rose Theatre
July 10: Seattle, Wash. – Triple Door
July 13: San Francisco, Calif. – The Chapel
July 17: Los Angeles, Calif. – Troubadour