Noah Gundersen -- formerly of the indie-rock outfit the Courage -- has announced he will return with Carry the Ghost, the sophomore follow-up to his 2014 full-length debut, Ledges. The album is slated for an Aug. 21 release via Dualtone Music.

Ahead of Carry the Ghost's arrival, the Seattle singer-songwriter has shared the forthcoming LP's lead single and track, “Slow Dancer.” Take a listen below:

Carry the Ghost is available for pre-order now over on iTunes. Check out the album artwork below and the complete 13-song tracklist at the bottom of the page.

Noah Gundersen, 'Carry the Ghost'
Dualtone Music

After the album hits stores this fall, Gundersen will embark on a North American tour that kicks off on Sept. 11 in Vancouver. The extensive run of dates will then conclude a couple months later on Nov. 3 at Portland’s Aladdin Theater. Check out a complete list of stops below. You can grab tickets on the singer’s website.

Carry the Ghost Tracklist
1. “Slow Dancer”
2. “Halo (Disappear/Reappear)”
3. “Selfish Art”
4. “Show Me the Light”
5. “The Difference”
6. “Silver Bracelet”
7. “I Need a Woman”
8. “Jealous Love”
9. "Empty From the Start”
10. “Blossom”
11. “Topless Dancer”
12. “Heartbreaker”
13. “Planted Seeds”

Noah Gundersen 2015 North American Tour
Sept. 11: Vancouver, B.C. – Biltmore Cabaret
Sept. 12: Seattle, Wash. – Neptune Theatre
Sept. 13: Spokane, Wash. – The Bartlett
Sept. 15: Boise, Idaho – Neurolux
Sept. 16: Salt Lake City, Utah – The State Room
Sept. 18: Colorado Springs, Colo. – Ivywild School
Sept. 19: Denver, Colo. – Bluebird Theater
Sept. 20: Omaha, Neb. – The Waiting Room
Sept. 21: Minneapolis, Minn. – Fine Line Music Cafe
Sept. 23: Madison, Wis. – High Noon Saloon
Sept. 24: Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Ark
Sept. 25: Chicago, Ill. – Thalia Hall
Sept. 26: Indianapolis, Ind. – Deluxe at Old National Centre
Sept. 27: Columbus, Ohio – Skully’s
Sept. 29: Toronto, Ontario – The Opera House
Sept. 30: Montreal, Q.C. – Petit Campus
Oct. 1: Boston, Mass. – The Sinclair
Oct. 2: Philadelphia, Pa. – World Café Live
Oct. 3: Washington, D.C. – Black Cat
Oct. 6: New York, N.Y. – Bowery Ballroom
Oct. 7: Charlottesville, Va. – The Southern
Oct. 8: Asheville, N.C. – The Grey Eagle
Oct. 9: Nashville, Tenn. – Cannery Ballroom
Oct. 10: Carrboro, N.C. – Cat’s Cradle
Oct. 11: Charlotte, N.C. – Visulite Theatre
Oct. 13: Atlanta, Ga. – Terminal West
Oct. 14: St. Augustine, Fla. – Colonial Quarter
Oct. 15: Orlando, Fla. – The Social
Oct. 16: Gainesville, Fla. – High Dive
Oct. 17: Tampa, Fla. – Crowbar
Oct. 18: Tallahassee, Fla. – Club Downunder
Oct. 20: Birmingham, Ala. – Saturn
Oct. 22: Austin, Texas – Parish
Oct. 23: Houston, Texas – Walters on Washington
Oct. 24: Dallas, Texas – The Loft
Oct. 27: Phoenix, Az. – Valley Bar
Oct. 29: Los Angeles, Calif. – Fonda Theatre
Oct. 30: San Francisco, Calif. – Great American Music Hall
Nov. 1: Sacramento, Calif. – Harlow’s
Nov. 3: Portland, Ore. – Aladdin Theater