Sleater-Kinney have added new dates to their tour in support of their long-awaited comeback album, No Cities to Love.

After headlining the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on July 18 and making an appearance at the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City in November, the trio – Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss – will launch a new set of U.S. gigs on Dec. 4 in Indianapolis. They have dates scheduled through Dec. 16, including a stop in Michigan, three in Ohio and six in New York (five of which will be split between Manhattan and Brooklyn). Check out the complete itinerary below.

If Sleater-Kinney are coming to a town near you, we’re more than willing to vouch for their live show. Check out a review and photos from their concert at Terminal 5 in New York City earlier this year right here.

Sleater-Kinney dropped No Cities to Love at the beginning of the year via Sub Pop following a 10-year hiatus since their 2005 full-length, The Woods.

In addition to her renewed work with Sleater-Kinney and her role on the IFC sketch comedy show, Portlandia, Brownstein has penned a memoir, which is expected this fall. The guitarist and actress will release Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl -- a nod to The Woods’ “Modern Girl” -- on Oct. 27 via Penguin Books. Brownstein has said the book will focus on her time with Sleater-Kinney, dating back to their 1995 eponymous debut all the way through The Woods.

Sleater-Kinney Tour
July 18: Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival
Nov. 21-22: Mexico City, Mexico - Corona Capital Festival
Dec. 4 Indianapolis, IN - Old National Centre
Dec. 5 Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
Dec. 6 Cincinnati, OH - Bogarts
Dec. 8 Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre
Dec. 9 Cleveland, OH - Masonic Auditorium
Dec. 10 Buffalo, NY - Asbury Hall
Dec. 12 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre
Dec. 13 New York, NY - Terminal 5
Dec. 14 New York, NY - Irving Plaza
Dec. 15 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
Dec. 16 Brooklyn, NY - Market Hotel

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