The band will warm up with a trio of showcase performances at the South By Southwest Music and Media Conference in Austin March 13-15, followed by an in store appearance at Twist and Shout in Denver, before heading off to Europe.

Stops include the U.K., Ireland, Scotland, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Turkey, Denmark, Germany and Belgium.

The U.S. and Canadian leg of the tour gets rolling April 26 at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., and includes Stateside stops at The Fillmore in San Francisco (April 28), Richard’s On Richards (May 2), First Avenue in Minneapolis (May 7), The Vogue in Indianapolis (May 10), Orange Peel in Ashville, N.C. (May 14), Paradise Rock Club in Boston (May 18), Diesel Club Lounge in Pittsburgh (May 21) and Slowdown in Omaha, Neb. (May 24).

The group will be joined by a string quartet for the tour and Cirque de Soleil style aerial acrobats The Slavic Sisters on certain dates.

Basia Bulat will provide opening support for the run.

Tickets for most North American shows are available at

Tickets are limited to six per order, are available for will call only and must be picked up at the venue the night of the show with a valid photo ID and the credit card used to purchase them.

Tickets for DeVotchka’s Atlanta show are also available at, with additional dates going on sale in the coming weeks.

A Mad & Faithful Telling hits the streets March 18.

The first single, “Transliterator,” is available for download now from iTunes.