The alternative rock duo heads out on its first show of the summer with a spot at Sled Island Festival in Calgary, Alberta, in Canada June 28 and wrap things up in the U.K. at Carling Academy Liverpool August 30.

Additional U.S. dates include The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywoood, Calif. (July 10), Showbox At The Market in Seattle (July 12), Stone Pony in Asbury Park, N.J. (July 25), Theatre Of The Living Arts in Philadelphia (July 26), Warsaw in Brooklyn, N.Y., (July 29) and a spot at Lollapalooza in Chicago (August 2).

The Gutter Twins will share songs from their March release, Saturnalia, with European shows including Tavastia – Klubi in Helsinki, Finland (August 6), VoxHall in Denmark (August 8), Rescue Rooms in Nottingham, U.K., (August 12), Beatpol in Dresden, Germany (August 19), and Proxima in Warsaw, Poland (August 23).

The band is also making the rounds at the European summer festival circuit including slots at Way Out West Festival in Sweden (August 7), Haldern Pop Festival in Germany (August 9), Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium (August 15), Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands (August 16), Highfield Festival in Germany (August 17) and Electric Picnic in Ireland (August 29).

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To coincide with the upcoming European leg of their summer tour, Sup Pop is releasing a 7-inch vinyl single overseas called God’s Children August 11, with the new track “Spanish Doors” as the B-side.

Although this is the first album for The Gutter Twins, members Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan are no strangers to the music biz. Dulli was the formally the leader of The Afghan Whigs and Lanegan was the singer for the Seattle band Screaming Trees.