Radiohead have unveiled a string of tour dates in support of what's expected to be the follow-up to 2011's The King of Limbs. They also just posted artwork on their Facebook page that looks suspiciously like an album cover.

In addition to their previously announced summer festival appearances, Radiohead will play two dates at Madison Square Garden in New York City on their tour. The new dates are "all the headline shows that the band will play in 2016," according to Radiohead's official website.

Most shows go on sale on March 18, though tickets will be available on March 16 for the Mexico City shows.

Radiohead Tour Dates
May 20 — Amsterdam @  Heineken Music Hall
May 21 — Amsterdam @ Heineken Music Hall
May 23 — Paris @ Le Zénith
May 24 — Paris @ Le Zénith
May 26 — London @ Roundhouse
May 27 — London @ Roundhouse
May 28 — London @ Roundhouse
July 26 — New York City @ Madison Square Garden
July 27 — New York City @ Madison Square Garden
August 4 — Los Angeles @ Shrine Auditorium
August 8 — Los Angeles @ Shrine Auditorium
October 3 — Mexico City @ Palacio de los Deportes
October 4 — Mexico City @Palacio de los Deportes

Although the British outfit are remaining typically tight-lipped about their upcoming ninth album, all signs are pointing to a possible surprise release in the near future. In October, the band established a new company dubbed Dawn Chorus LLP and they did the very same thing just prior to releasing their last two albums.

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