The new wave group has reunited and announced a theatre tour of the U.K. this fall. With original member and mastermind Kevin Rowland at the wheel again, the new Dexy’s includes Pete Williams and violinist Lucy Morgan.

Twenty shows are on the books, stretching from October 21 through November 18 and running all around England, Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland.

“We intend to bring a theatrical edge to the whole show,” Rowland said recently. “We will be doing at least a couple of new songs and we will be putting a new perspective on the whole thing.”

And it looks like Dexy’s will have some new material to show off on tour. The band is releasing a “best of” album, titled Let’s Make This Precious, at the end of September, which features a couple of new tracks. There’s also a biography of the group with the same name, to be published in November.

Although a handful of their songs are still spinning on the radio, it’s been quite a while since Dexy’s Midnight Runners have actually done the band thing. Formed in the late ‘70s by Brits Rowland and Kevin “Al” Archer, the group was a revolving door of members, with Rowland the mainstay, until a split in 1986.

Their single “Come On Eileen” topped charts on either side of the Atlantic, but the image-conscious band were more of a hit in their homeland, where other singles including “Geno” and “There There My Dear” went big.