An August 29 headlining slot at Seattle’s Bumbershoot Festival has also been announced.

The band suffered a setback in April when drummer Jeremiah Green left the band in the midst of reportedly frustrating recording sessions. In their first-ever lineup change, the band replaced Green with Benjamin Wiekel of The Helio Sequence.

They also scrapped those recording sessions and reportedly started over at a new studio, with legendary alt-rock producer Dennis Herring at the helm. The fruits of their labor will see the light of day in September on Epic Records, assuming all goes according to plan.

Although the band hasn’t released an album of new material since 2000’s The Moon And Antarctica, they haven’t exactly been dormant. Last fall, the band found time between side projects to tour with Cake, and they recently appeared at the Sasquatch Festival in George, Wash.

The Radar Brothers are scheduled to open most July dates. They’ll be joined by ! ! ! (Chik Chik Chik) in Philadelphia, and West Virginia’s Hackensaw Boys from the 21st to 27th.