The monthlong trek will take them from Maxwell’s in Hoboken, N.J. – one of the venues they sold out on their summer visit – to California and back, with stops in the South, Midwest and Canada.

They’ll finish the tour with two nights at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom October 15-16.

Dungen flew over for the first time in July and played a week and a half of club dates. Agent Eric Dimenstein of Ground Control Touring told Pollstar the band sold out every venue, including NYC’s Mercury Lounge, where they did a midnight show under a different name.

That visit also included performances at the Siren Festival on Coney Island and the Intonation Music Festival in Chicago.

Dungen is primarily the work of 24-year-old multi-instrumentalist Gustav Ejstes. He wrote all the music on Dungen’s debut, Ta Det Lugnt, and played nearly every note, using drums, fiddle, guitar, organ, bass and flute. The live Dungen experience includes a full band, however.

Ta Det Lugnt wasn’t released in the U.S. until August 2, but the band has built an intense following over the last year, largely through Internet word-of-mouth. To please those fans who obtained the album via import or illicit file-sharing network, U.S. label Kemado has added a bonus disc of previously unreleased material for the Stateside edition.