They haven’t slowed since, and they’re looking to keep their chops up this year. Fresh off a spring stint with angst-punks Alkaline Trio, the Pretty Girls crew is heading out to Europe with hometown buds The Blood Brothers in tow, before returning for two busy months of U.S. dates.

The European leg will kick off August 8 at the Oya Festival in Oslo, Norway. The Girls and Brothers will hit festivals and clubs across the continent before wrapping at Belgium’s Pukkelpop Festival at the end of the month.

Pretty Girls Make Graves won’t waste much time before embarking on their U.S. tour. Starting at home in Seattle September 9, they’re scheduled to rock the nation until December 2, when they’ll wrap in Santa Cruz, Calif., assuming they feel like stopping.

The whole shebang is ostensibly in support of their latest album, The New Romance, produced by the ubiquitous Phil Ek and set for release in September.

American fans who just can’t wait for the fall tour can catch them on a couple July dates before they ship out: they’re playing a free show on the 10th in New York, and a one-off in Seattle on the 12th.