Ahead of the March release of Big Data’s debut, ‘2.0,’ the electro-pop outfit has announced a headlining tour that will kick off with the album’s release show at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City. True to form, the Alan Wilkis-fronted project delivered the good news in a robotic-sounding clip. You can listen to Wilkis’ message above, and then check out the entire 11-stop itinerary below.

Big Data made waves this past fall for the lead single of '2.0,' ‘Dangerous,’ featuring Joywave. The song made it to No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative chart, and it’s made itself comfortable on the Modern Rock chart for 44 weeks straight. Watch the video for ‘Dangerous’ below, wherein the band tries to shill life-changing Big Data sneakers and things get a bit … gruesome:

‘2.0’ will arrive March 24 on Warner Bros. Tickets for Big Data’s tour go on sale this Friday, Jan. 16.

Big Data '2.0' Tour
March 15: Tempe, Az. -- Tempe Beach Park for Pot of Gold Music Festival
March 24: New York, N.Y. -- Bowery Ballroom
March 25: Boston, Mass. -- The Sinclair
March 26: Philadelphia, Pa. -- Underground Arts
March 27: Washington, D.C. -- Black Cat
March 30: Chicago, Ill. -- Lincoln Hall
March 31: Minneapolis, Minn. -- Fine Line Music Cafe
April 1: Milwaukee, Wis. -- The Rave Club
April 2: Detroit, Mich. - -The Shelter
April 3: Cleveland, Ohio -- Grog Shop
April 4: Pittsburgh, Pa. -- PA Stage AE