A press release from the band’s record label, Island Records, said to expect more dates in the near future with The Coral supporting.

It’s been more than two years since Supergrass were in the States. Their last tour was in 2000 when they had a headlining run and supported Pearl Jam for a few dates.

The band took a break after touring for 1999’s Supergrass (aka X-Ray) album, but headed back into the studio in early 2002. They barricaded themselves in a villa in the south of France for “two months of getting pissed on red wine and scoffing French food” and emerged with the first cuts for the Life On Other Planets (L.O.O.P.) disc.

The album, already released in their home country, has yet to see daylight in the States.

Meanwhile, Supergrass have four shows in the U.K. for the end of January. The Raveonettes support on all shows, with The Datsuns and The Polyphonic Spree joining in for the big Wembley Arena gig. Ed Harcourt will be opening at Edinburgh, York and Manchester.