Memphis-based alt-country outfit Lucero have announced they will release their next album, All a Man Should Do, on Sept. 18 via ATO Records. Take a listen to lead single, “Went Looking for Warren Zevon’s Los Angeles,” in the video up above (you'll find the album art there as well).

The forthcoming full-length's name is derived from Big Star’s “I’m in Love With a Girl,” which the band has covered for the new album. Their rendition features backup vocals from Jody Stephans from the power-pop leaders’ original lineup, as well as the Posies’ Ken Stringfellow and Jon Auer, who have been key players in Big Star's reformation and second act.

“Went Looking for Warren Zevon’s Los Angeles” and “I’m in Love With a Girl” are the only songs that have been revealed from the 10-song tracklist. The album -- which is Lucero’s third effort to be produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Old Crow Medicine Show) -- will also feature two bonus tracks. All a Man Should Do follows the band’s 2013 Texas and Tennessee EP and their 2012 LP, Women and Work.

Lucero’s Ben Nichols will kick off a string of solo dates on June 18 in Nashvile, culminating on June 28 in Birmingham, Ala. Then, he’ll be joined by the rest of the band in Lander, Wyo., on July 21. The tour -- which has been named “Sailor Jerry Presents: An Evening With Lucero” -- already has stops scheduled through December. Check out a complete list below:

Lucero 2015 Tour
June 18: The Basement East - Nashville, TN
June 19: Haymarket Distillery - Louisville, KY
June 20: Rumba Cafe - Columbus, OH
June 21: Club Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
June 22: Musica - Akron, OH
June 24: 123 Pleasant St. - Morgantown, WV
June 25: V Club - Huntington, WV
June 26: Grey Eagle - Asheville, NC
June 27: JJ's Bohemia - Chattanooga, TN
June 28: Saturn - Birmingham, AL
July 21: Lander LIVE - Lander, WY
July 22: Pub Station - Billings, MT
July 23: Top Hat Missoula, MT
July 24: Red Ants Pants Festival - White Sulphur Springs, MT
July 25: Mishawaka Amphitheatre - Bellvue, CO
July 28: CLUB RED - Telluride, CO
July 29: Sol Sante Fe - Santa Fe, NM
July 30: The Blue Light - Lubbock, TX
July 31: Peacemaker Music & Arts Festival - Fort Smith, AR
Aug. 19: Festival Pier - Philadelphia, PA (w/ Social Distortion)
Sept. 19: Kaaboo Festival - Del Mar, CA
Oct. 1: Nashville, TN - Cannery Ballroom
Oct. 2: Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse
Oct. 3: New Orleans, LA - The Grove at Patriot's Point
Oct. 4: Charlotte, NC - The Neighborhood Theatre
Oct. 5: Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theater
Oct. 8: New York, NY - Webster Hall
Oct. 9: Boston, MA - Royale
Oct. 10: Portland, ME - Port City Music Hall
Oct. 11: Washington DC - 9:30 Club
Oct. 14: Millvale, PA - Mr. Small's Theatre
Oct. 15: Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace
Oct. 16: Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace
Oct. 17: Detroit, MI - St. Andrew's Hall
Oct. 20: Iowa City, IA - The Englert Theatre
Oct. 21: Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
Oct. 22: Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall
Oct. 23: Chicago, IL - Metro
Oct. 24: Bloomington, IN - The Bluebird
Nov. 10: Tulsa, OK - Cain's Ballroom
Nov. 14: Salt Lake City, UT - The State Room
Nov. 15: Salt Lake City, UT - The State Room
Nov. 17: Seattle, WA - The Showbox
Nov. 18: Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom
Nov. 20: San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
Nov. 21: Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatre
Nov. 23: Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom
Dec. 3: Ponte Vedra, FL - Ponte Vendra Concert Hall
Dec. 4: Orlando, FL - The Social
Dec. 5: Tampa, FL - The Ritz Ybor
Dec. 6: Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room
Dec. 8: Charleston, SC - Music Farm
Dec. 10: Jackson, MS - Duling Hall
Dec. 12: Houston, TX - Numbers
Dec. 15: Pensacola, FL - Vinyl Music Hall
Dec. 16: New Orleans, LA - Tipitina's

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