The pair will launch their North American trek September 16 with an appearance at the in San Francisco. Other acts on the roster for the two-day event include Thievery Corporation, Modest Mouse, Spoon, DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist, Gotan Project, M.I.A., Built To Spill and Ghostland Observatory.

Other stops on the band’s schedule include the Media Club in Vancouver (September 18), Kilby Court in Salt Lake City (September 21), the Turf Club in St. Paul, Minn. (September 26), a pair of shows – one all ages, one 21 and over – at Schubas Tavern in Chicago (September 29), Sonar in Baltimore (October 6), the Drunken Unicorn in Atlanta (October 9), Mohawk in Austin (October 13) and El Rey in Los Angeles (October 18).

Opening duties for all North American dates will be handled by Blitzen Trapper and Songs for Moms.

The U.K. and Ireland leg of Two Gallants’ journey kicks off November 1 at Cyprus Avenue in Cork and runs through the middle of the month. Highlights include stops at Crawdaddy in Dublin (November 3), Academy 3 in Manchester (November 6), Classic Grand in Glasgow (November 8), Thekla Social in Bristol (November 11) and Koko in London (November 14).

The European section of the band’s tour gets rolling November 17 at Botanique in Brussels, Belgium, and will see the band on the road in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Switzerland, Austria and Germany through the end of the year.

Tickets for most shows are available through links at Two Gallants is the group’s second release this year, following the acoustic EP, The Scenery of Farewell. The album was recorded in the band’s hometown with producer Alex Newport (Mars Volta, At The Drive In) and features the duo’s unique blend of folk, punk and blues.