The British alternative rock band has lined up headline shows and festival appearances from coast to coast.

The U.S. trek begins March 25 at The Social in Orlando, Fla. Dates are on the books through Klaxons’ April 15 performance at at Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif.

Klaxons will also play with a March 26 set at Bicentennial Park in Miami.

Additional headline dates include Paradise Rock Club in Boston March 28, Webster Hall in New York March 29, Ottobar in Baltimore March 30, Larimer Lounge in Denver April 5, Chop Suey in Seattle April 9, and The Fillmore in San Francisco April 12.

Klaxons are touring in support of their second studio album, Surfing the Void. The album was released in August on Polydor Records as the follow-up to 2007’s 2007’s Myths of the Near Future.

Here’s what Nylon had to say about the album: “Even at low volume, it sounds astonishingly loud and euphoric – a self consciously epic record of rampant ambition and deliberately arcane weirdness.”

A deluxe edition of Surfing the Void was released in the U.S. in January. The album includes a bonus disc featuring four previously unreleased tracks.

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