The tour commences March 23 in Plainview, N.Y., and will stop in at least 31 cities including Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston, Dallas, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.

One of the most revered bands to come out of England’s new wave scene in the 1980s, the Furs regrouped last year to tour as the opener for the Go-Go’s/B-52’s co-headliner.

The band was formed in England in 1977 by brothers Richard (trademark gravelly vocals) and Tim Butler (bass), and their eponymous debut was released to little attention in 1980.

However, their second album, Talk Talk Talk, yielded a minor hit called “Pretty In Pink.” It would be remade in 1986 as the title song of the hugely popular movie of the same name.

In 1982 the Furs were still relatively unknown in the U.S., so they moved over from England, hooked up with producer Todd Rundgren and landed a Top 50 single with the hypnotic “Love My Way.”

The film “Pretty In Pink” boosted their name recognition in time for the 1986 release of one of their biggest records, Midnight to Midnight. There would be two more albums, but neither would approach the success of their earlier efforts, and the band split up after their final tour in 1992.