Already released in the band’s native Canada, Bedouin Soundclash’s fourth studio album, Light The Horizon, drops digitally in the U.S. Oct. 26 and physically sometime in early 2011. Recorded in Philadelphia and produced by Digable Planets’ King Britt, the album also marks the debut of the band’s new drummer, Sekou Lumumba, replacing Pat Pengelly who departed the group after its 2007 album, Street Gospels.

The tour begins Nov. 3 at NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge, followed by a Nov. 4 gig at Washington’s Rock & Roll Hotel and a Nov. 5 stop in Buffalo, N.Y., at the Town Ballroom. Other cities on the routing include Providence, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Solana Beach (near San Diego) before wrapping at West Hollywood’s Troubadour Dec. 9

Moneybrother appears on all shows except in Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago and Minneapolis. For more information, click here for the Bedouin Soundclash website.