The long-awaited jaunt kicks off July 11 at Philadelphia’s Electric Factory and will hit 16 cities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, including a pair of shows at the Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza (July 14-15), Kool Haus in Toronto (July 19), First Avenue in Minneapolis (July 22), the Palladium Ballroom in Dallas (July 25), Atlanta’s Tabernacle (July 29) and the Sports Palace in Mexico City (August 2).

Tickets for some dates on the tour are on sale through Ticketmaster, with the rest of the dates going on sale in the near future.

Travis’ latest release, The Boy With No Name, is the band’s fifth studio album and hit the streets in early May. The disc was produced by the band and longtime collborator Nigel Godrich, who has also worked with Radiohead and Paul McCartney.

Fran Healy, the band’s lead singer, said the album represents a breakthrough for the group, who apparently took so long to write a new record because of a creative block.

“This album has all the facets of us, and some new ones,” Healy said. “It’s rocky and then it’s pop but also sweet too.”

“After a time of feeling stuck, we now feel we can do anything. We’ve come through the dark places and it feels like we’ve found our muse once more.”