The band is currently in the midst of a U.K. tour that runs through the end of February.

Upcoming stops include S.E.C.C. in Glasgow (December 12), Alexandra Palace in London (December 14), Brudenell Social Club in Leeds (December 19-21), Manchester Academy (February 2), Octagon Center in Sheffield (February 11), Cardiff University (February 20), and Carling Academy Brixton in London (February 22).

The Cribs’ North American jaunt kicks off March 8 at MX Beat in Mexico City and, so far, is scheduled to hit clubs and theatres across the U.S. through the first week of April.

Highlights include stops at The Loft in Dallas (March 12), 40 Watt Club in Athens, Ga. (March 17), the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, N.Y. (March 20), Double Door in Chicago (March 25), Chop Suey in Seattle (March 31) and the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles (April 4).

Tickets for a few shows are available at

The Cribs, twins Gary and Ryan Jarman and younger brother Ross, suffered a run of bad luck earlier this year, when vocalist/guitarist Ryan was taken to the emergency room after passing out during a performance in Birmingham, U.K.

His twin was admitted to the hospital two days later with what turned out to be blood poisoning caused by cuts from the strings of his bass guitar.

Whatever is The Cribs’ third studio album and was produced by Franz Ferdinand‘s Alex Kapranos.