Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Eric Valentine, the self-titled album drops June 28 and marks the band’s return to the original lineup that performed on its debut album Tell All Your Friends – vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist Eddie Reyes, drummer Mark O’Connell, vocalist guitarist John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper. The album’s first single – “Faith (When I Let You Down)” – is available digitally and is part of an iTunes exclusive EP that includes new tune “El Paso” and a recent acoustic performance of “Great Romances Of The 20th Century.”

The tour begins at Denver’s Summit Music Hall June 14 and wraps at Chicago’s House Of Blues July 31. Stops in between include Salt Lake City at In The Venue June 15; Seattle’s Showbox At The Market June 18; Tempe, Ariz., at The Marquee July 2; Tampa, Fla., at The Ritz Ybor July 10; Baltimore at Rams head Live! July 16; Toronto’s Kool Haus July 22 and Detroit at St. Andrews Hall June 26.

There are also several House Of Blues dates in addition to the Chicago closer. Look for Taking Back Sunday to play HOBs in San Diego (June 24), Las Vegas (June 25), Anaheim (June 28), W. Hollywood (July 1), Houston (July 4), Dallas (July 5), Lake Buena Vista, Fla., near Orlando (July 8), North Myrtle Beach (July 12), Boston (July 20) and Cleveland (July 23).

Thursday and Colour Revolt support throughout the tour while The New Regime and We Are The In Crowd open on select dates. A presale is going on now and all shows go on sale this week. For more information, check out