Remember when we – and David Letterman – raved about Foxygen’s TV debut on the late-night talk show at the beginning of the year?

It was yet another example of the critical acclaim the psych-pop rockers have received since the release of their third album, last year’s …And Star Power. Well, it appears all of that is coming to an end, as Foxygen founders and key members Sam France and Jonathan Rado have announced their final tour as a band.

In a string of unceremonious tweets yesterday (March 15), the California-based outfit announced, “This is our final Tour. Bye bye we love you.” They went on to say thank you to their friends, family and fans and shared a link to the upcoming tour schedule:

The tour will kick off March 28 in Boise, Idaho. The extensive run of dates will culminate in a handful of festivals overseas, while the last U.S. show will take place in Winston-Salem, N.C. on April 18. Find more details below.

While Foxygen didn’t exactly share why this will be their last tour, the band’s touring member and France’s girlfriend Elizabeth Fey revealed tension and drama brewing between the frontman and Rado back in summer 2013 in a lengthy Tumblr post. Thankfully, we’ll hopefully get to remember all the great music the band has made since their 2012 debut, Take the Kids Off Broadway, during this farewell tour.

Foxygen Farewell Tour
March 28: Boise, Idaho -- Treefort Music Fest
March 29: Jackson, Wy. -- Pink Garter Theatre
March 31: Boulder, Colo. -- Fox Theatre
April 2: Omaha, Neb. -- The Waiting Room
April 3: Iowa City, Iowa -- Mission Creek Festival
April 3: Iowa City, Iowa -- Blue Moose Tap House (Downstairs)
April 4: St. Louis, Mo. -- Firebird
April 6: Columbus, Ohio -- Skully's Music Diner
April 7: Milwaukee, Wis. -- Turner Hall
April 9: Chicago, Ill. -- Metro
April 10: Madison, Wis. -- University of Wisconsin-Madison: The Sett
April 11: Bloomington, Ind. -- Culture Shock
April 13: Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Mr. Smalls Theater
April 14: Cleveland, Ohio -- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
April 15: Lexington, Ky. -- Cosmic Charlie's
April 17: Athens, Ga. -- 40 Watt
April 18: Winston-Salem, N.C. -- Phuzz Phest
May 7: Liverpool, England -- Kazimier
May 8: Leeds, England -- Brudenell
May 9: Glasgow, Scotland -- Stereo
May 11: Bristol, England -- Lantern
May 12: London, England -- Electric Ballroom
May 14: Hellendoorn, Netherlands -- Dauwpop
May 15: Aarhus, Denmark -- Pop Revo Festival
May 17: Luxembourg, Luxembourg -- Rokhal
May 18: Reims, France -- La Cartonnerie
May 19: Zurich, Switzerland -- Plaza
May 21: Vienna, Austria -- WUK
May 22: Prague, Czech Republic -- MeetFactory
May 24: Dortmund, Germany -- Way Back When Festival
May 26: Hamburg, Germany -- Knust
May 27: Munich, Germany -- Strom
May 27-30: Barcelona, Spain -- Primavera Sound
May 28: Milan, Italy -- Tunnel Club
May 31: Nimes, France -- This Is Not A Love Song
June 1: Paris, France -- La Machine du Moulin Rouge
June 3: Bordeaux, France -- Barbey Rock School
June 6: Porto, Spain -- Primavera Porto
Aug. 14: Gothenburg, Sweden -- Way Out West Festival
Aug. 15: Helsinki, Finland -- Flow Festival