You can now listen to the Decemberists’ brand-new album, ‘What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World,’ in full over on iTunes First Play ahead of its Jan. 20 release. All pre-orders of the album come with four free tracks, including album closer, ‘The Beginning Song,’ for which the band has created a lyric video. Check it out above.

Before the Portland-based indie rockers embark on a tour in support of their seventh album, they’ll make an appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ on Jan. 22. Then, their U.S. tour dates will kick off in their hometown on March 21, culminating at the Governor’s Ball in New York City from June 5-7. Check out the full list of stops below.

‘What a Beautiful World, What a Terrible World’ follows the Decemberists’ 2011 long-player, ‘The King Is Dead.’

The Decemberists 2015 Tour
Feb. 11: Vicar Street -- Dublin, Ireland
Feb. 13: O2 Academy Glasgow -- Glasgow, U.K.
Feb. 14: O2 Academy Leeds -- Leeds, U.K.
Feb. 16: O2 Academy Bristol -- Bristol, U.K.
Feb. 17: Manchester Academy -- Manchester, U.K.
Feb. 18: The Institute -- Birmingham, U.K.
Feb. 20: Brighton Dome Concert Hall -- Brighton, U.K.
Feb. 21: O2 Academy Brixton -- London, U.K.
Feb. 23: Paradiso -- Amsterdam, Netherlands
Feb. 24: AB -- Brussels, Belgium
Feb. 25: Doornroosje -- Nijmegen, Netherlands
Feb. 26: Astra Kulturhaus -- Berlin, Germany
Feb. 28: Kaufleuten -- Zürich, Switzerland
March 1: Magazzini Generali -- Milan, Italy
March 21: Keller Auditorium -- Portland, Ore.
March 24: Northrop Auditorium -- Minneapolis, Minn.
March 25: Riverside Theater -- Milwaukee, Wis.
March 27: Chicago Theatre -- Chicago, Ill.
March 28: Royal Oak Music Theatre -- Royal Oak, Mich.
March 30: Massey Hall -- Toronto, Ontario
March 31: Benedum Center -- Pittsburgh, Pa.
April 1: UB Center For The Arts -- Buffalo, N.Y.
April 3: House of Blues -- Boston, Mass.
April 4: House of Blues -- Boston, Mass.
April 6: Beacon Theatre -- New York, N.Y.
April 7: Academy of Music -- Philadelphia, Pa.
April 9: The Fillmore Charlotte -- Charlotte, N.C.
April 10: The Tabernacle -- Atlanta, Ga.
April 11: The Tabernacle -- Atlanta, Ga.
April 12: Rhythm N’ Blooms Festival -- Knoxville, Tenn.
April 13: Ryman Auditorium -- Nashville, Tenn.
June 5-7: Governors Ball -- New York, N.Y.

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