Run the Jewels -- who have seemingly been on the road ever since the arrival of their breakthrough sophomore effort, Run the Jewels 2 -- have announced a new set of tour dates, and they’ve done so in the coolest fashion possible: a Blade Runner-inspired poster. Take a look below:

Run the Jewels
Ian Klarer

The new run of dates will kick of stateside on June 7 at the Firefly Fest in Dover, Delaware. The tour includes stops scheduled through November and takes El-P and Killer Mike to just about every music festival known to man. They’ll make appearances at Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, Austin City Limits and more. Last week, Run the Jewels were also revealed as one of the headliners -- alongside Neko Case and Built to Spill -- for this year's Northside Festival in Brooklyn. Check out the complete tour itinerary at the bottom of the page.

Earlier this month, the rap duo unveiled a new music video for Run the Jewels 2’s “Early,” which you can see here. They also recently performed “Pew Pew Pew” -- a bonus track from their 2013 eponymous debut -- at Graffitis Swag, the Atlanta-based barbershop owned by Killer Mike.

As for new music, El-P shared a 15-second sample from their third full-length, which the rapper said “is most definitely not coming out in 2015.” The silver lining? The album may or may not feature something called “cat-rap.”

Run the Jewels 2015 Tour
May 29: Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound
May 31: Dublin, Ireland - Forbidden Fruit Festival
June 5: Porto, PT - Primavera Sound
June 6: London, UK - Field Day Festival
June 7: London, UK - The Forum
June 7-12: Dover, DE - Firefly Fest
June 12: Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo Music Festival
June 14: Brooklyn, NY - Northside Festival
June 26: Glastonbury, UK - Glastonbury Fest
June 27: Ljubljana, Slovenia - Flow Festival
July 2: Keflavik, Iceland - ATP Iceland
July 3: Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
July 4: Tilburg, Netherlands - Woo Hah! Festival
July 5: Bavilliers, FR - Eurockeennes de Belfort
July 11: Des Moines, IA - 80/35 Fest
July 14: Québec City, QC - Festival D’Été De Québec
July 15: Ottawa, ON - Ottawa Bluesfest
July 17: Pemberton, BC - Pemberton Music Fest
July 19: Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival
July 24: Barrie, ON - Wayhome Festival
July 30: Montreal, QC - Club Soda
July 31: Montreal, QC - Osheaga Fest
Aug. 9: Katowice, Poland - Off Festival Katowice
Aug. 13: Oslo, Norway - Oya Festival
Aug. 14: Helsinki, Finland - Flow Festival
Aug. 15: Gothenburg, Sweden - Way Out West
Aug. 22: Los Angeles, CA - FYF Fest
Aug. 28: Reading, UK - Reading Festival
Aug. 29: Leeds, UK - Leeds Festival
Aug. 30: Paris, France - Rock En Seine
Sept. 02: Milan, Italy - Circolo Magnolia
Sept. 03: Bologna, Italy - Zona Roveri
Sept. 05: Pula, Croatia - Outlook Festival
Sept. 13: Berlin, Germany - Lollapalooza Berlin
Sept. 29: Tucson, AZ ¬- Rialto
Sept. 30: El Paso, TX - Tricky Falls
Oct. 2-4: Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
Oct. 3: New Orleans, LA - Republic
Oct. 6: Memphis, TN - Minglewood Hall
Oct. 07: Tulsa, OK - Cain’s
Oct. 9-11: Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
Oct. 12: Dallas, TX - House of Blues
Oct. 13: Houston, TX - House of Blues
Oct. 15: Phoenix, AZ - Marquee
Oct. 20-21: Denver, CO - Ogden
Oct. 22: Kansas City, MO - Midland
Oct. 23: Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
Oct. 24: Royal Oak, MI ¬- Royal Oak Music Hall
Nov. 21: Mexico City, Mexico - Corona Capital Festival