After 13 years, Conor Oberst’s punk outfit Desaparecidos have officially announced that they will return with the long-awaited sophomore follow-up to 2002’s Read Music/Speak Spanish. Today (April 6), the band revealed they will release Payola on June 23 via Epitaph and debuted its lead single, “City on the Hill.” Listen to the new track -- which features Cursive’s Tim Kasher -- above.

After releasing Read Music, Desaparecidos went their separate ways to work on their individual projects, during which time Oberst released several Bright Eyes and solo LPs. The Omaha-based outfit reunited in 2010 for a handful of shows and released a string of singles along the way. The band first announced they had inked a deal with Epitaph and were working on a new album earlier this year.

In addition to Cursive’s Tim Kasher, Payola will feature guest spots from Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace and the So So Glos. Of the Desaparecidos’ previously released singles since Read Music, “MariKKKopa,” “Backsell,” “Anonymous,” “The Left Is Right,” “Te Amo Camila Vallejo” and “The Underground Man” will all appear on the upcoming full-length. Check out a complete track list below and pre-order the album here.

Back in January, the Desaparecidos announced they would play this year’s Coachella in Indio, California. The band also has plans to appear at Forecastle along with a few shows scheduled with Brand New. Check out the itinerary below.

Payola Tracklist
1. “The Left is Right”
2. “The Underground Man”
3. “City on the Hill” (feat. Tim Kasher)
4. “Golden Parachutes” (feat. Laura Jane Grace)
5. “Radicalized”
6. “MariKKKopa”
7. “Te Amo Camila Vallejo”
8. “Ralphy's Cut”
9. “Backsell”
10. “Slacktivist” (feat. So So Glos)
11. “Search the Searches”
12. “10 Steps Behind”
13. “Von Maur Massacre”
14. “Anonymous”

Desaparecidos 2015 Tour
July 17: Forecastle Festival -- Louisville, Ky.
April 8: The Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, Co. (with Brand New)
April 10: The Great Saltair -- Magna, Utah (with Brand New)
April 12: Coachella -- Indio, Calif.
April 13: Roxy Theatre -- Los Angeles, Calif. (with Joyce Manor and Touche Amore)
April 15: Shrine Expo Hall -- Los Angeles, Calif. (with Brand New, Built to Spill)
April 16: Regency Ballroom -- San Francisco, Calif. (with Joyce Manor and Touche Amore)
April 19: Coachella – Indio, Calif.
July 31: Aug 2 Montreal, Q.C. -- Osheaga Music and Arts Festival
Aug. 8-9: Atlanta, Ga. – The Wrecking Ball festival

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