The tour is the band’s first major outing in a full 10 years. It will launch May 15 in Cambridge, Mass., hitting New York City’s Mercury Lounge the following day and proceeding across the country.

Founder Warren Defever and his cohorts will be be on the West Coast by late May, and they’ll circle back to wrap at Detroit’s Magic Stick June 17.

Fans are encouraged to come early, bring a tambourine, and wear a costume.

His Name Is Alive has been releasing albums on its own label, Time Stereo, since parting ways with 4AD in 2002. Detrola is the group’s most recent effort, released this past January.