The duo will kick off the tour July 6, about a week after wrapping up True Colors, at Carol Morsani Hall at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center in Florida.

So far, the trek includes 14 stops, including the Coliseo Roberto Clemete in San Juan, P.R. (July 13), Mexico City’s Teatro Metrop√≥litan (July 16), Seattle’s Moore Theatre (July 24), the Music Hall in Detroit (July 31) and McCaren Park Pool in Brooklyn, N.Y. (August 3). Tickets are currently on sale for Erasure’s three dates in Florida, and further sale dates will be confirmed shortly.

Vince Clark and Andy Bell will launch the U.K. leg of the tour September 3 at the New Theatre in Oxford and will make 17 stops throughout England, Scotland and Wales including York (September 5), Glasgow (September 8), Manchester (September 13), Bristol (September 19) and Cardiff (September 22) before finishing up at Royal Albert Hall in London on September 25.

They’ll start the European section of the tour with a pair of shows at Vega in Copenhagen (September 28-19), followed by 6 dates in Germany, including CCH3 in Hamburg (October 2), Columbiahalle in Berlin (October 5) and Muffathalle in Munich (October 7).

Light, due for release May 21 in the U.K. and May 22 in the U.S., is Erasure’s first album of new material since 2005’s Nightbird, which was the follow-up to the duo’s well-received 2003 covers album, Other People’s Songs.