New Pornographers are set to return early this year with their seventh album, Whiteout Conditions — and they've already released the record's first single, "High Ticket Attractions."

Whiteout Conditions, scheduled for an April 7 release and available to pre-order now, arrives roughly two and a half years after the band's previous release, 2014's Brill Bruisers, which peaked at No. 13 on the U.S. Billboard 200 Albums chart. It serves as the debut for new drummer Joe Seiders, who's toured with the group for the last several years, and marks the first New Pornographers album not to feature guitarist Dan Bejar.

While fans wait for the record's arrival, they can whet their appetites with leadoff single "High Ticket Attractions," which makes its debut on major music services today (Jan. 27) and is available for streaming and as a download with digital pre-orders.

Shortly after the album's release, the band is scheduled to head out on tour for a run of spring dates, which start April 18 in Minneapolis and continue through May 6 in Austin. Look through the Whiteout Conditions track listing and complete list of currently announced shows below, and visit the group's official site for further details.

New Pornographers, Whiteout Conditions Track Listing
1. “Play Money”
2. “Whiteout Conditions”
3. “High Ticket Attractions”
4. “This Is the World of the Theatre”
5. “Darling Shade”
6. “Second Sleep”
7. “Colosseums”
8. “We’ve Been Here Before”
9. “Juke”
10. “Clockwise”
11. “Avalanche Alley”

New Pornographers 2017 Tour Dates
4/18 — Minneapolis, Minn. — First Avenue
4/19 — Chicago, Ill. — Metro
4/20 — Milwaukee, Wisc. — Pabst Theater
4/21 — Chicago, Ill. — Metro
4/22 — Columbus, Ohio — Newport Music Hall
4/25 — Boston, Mass. — House of Blues
4/26 — New York, N.Y. — Terminal 5
4/27 — Philadelphia, Pa. — Union Transfer
4/28 — Washington, D.C. — 9:30 Club
5/1 — Raleigh, N.C. — Ritz
5/2 — Atlanta, Ga. — Variety Playhouse
5/3 — New Orleans, La. — Tipitina’s
5/4 — Houston, Texas — White Oak Music Hall
5/5 — Dallas, Texas — Granada Theater
5/6 — Austin, Texas — Stubb’s

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