The run opens Oct. 7 in Park City, Utah and the U.S. dates continue for three weeks until Oct. 29 at the  in Los Angeles. Notable stops along the way are at  in Columbus Oct. 13,  in the group’s home state of Arizona Oct. 22, and a run of five California dates to close out the trek.

After that, Jimmy Eat World heads over to Southampton, England Nov.5, and the group plays European dates until Nov. 20 at the  in Birmingham, England. Most of the gigs in the European run are in the U.K., Ireland or Germany, with the lone exception being Nov. 13 in Lucerne, Switzerland.

The new album, titled Integrity Blues, is set to release Oct. 21. Two tracks, titled “Get Right” and “Sure and Certain,” are already out. Lead singer and guitarist  said the album touches on themes of emotional injury and learning how to overcome denial and self-victimization as coping mechanisms.

“Doing your best to accept and live as a person in-progress doesn’t mean you are always going to be happy. Staying on the best path you can may feel like lonely work sometimes. But then, happiness is one of those fleeting finish lines. Integrity matter because if you let the answer of “Who do I need to be?” inform your question “What should I do?” … there just isn’t room for that negative cycle to get traction.”

The band has toured very hard over its decades of existence, maintaining its founding membership, with the exception of original bassist Mitch Porter, who was replaced by Rick Burch in 1995. Jimmy Eat World has developed a reputation for putting on a tremendous live show. Check out Exhibit A below:

Here is the full routing for the rest of 2016:

Sept. 07 – London, United Kingdom, Bush Hall
Sept. 08 – London, United Kingdom, Islington Assembly Hall
Sept. 10 – Madrid, Spain, Campus Universidad Complutense (Dcode Festival)
Sept. 12 – Berlin, Germany, Lido
Sept. 13 – Munich, Germany, Ampere
Sept. 14 – Cologne, Germany, Underground
Sept. 16 – Chicago, Ill., Douglas Park (Riot Fest)
Sept. 18 – Toronto, Ontario, Various Venues (Toronto Urban Roots Festival)
Sept. 25 – Las Vegas, Nev., Downtown Las Vegas (Life Is Beautiful Festival)
Oct. 07 – Park City, Utah, Park City Live
Oct. 09 – Englewood, Colo., Gothic Theatre
Oct. 10 – Omaha, NE, Sokol Auditorium / Underground
Oct. 11 – Madison, Wis., Barrymore Theatre
Oct. 13 – Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall
Oct. 14 – Louisville, Ky., Mercury Ballroom
Oct. 15 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Bogart’s
Oct. 16 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note
Oct. 18 – Lawrence, Kan., Granada Theatre      
Oct. 19 – Colorado Springs, Colo., Black Sheep
Oct. 22 – Phoenix, Ariz., Fear Farm
Oct. 23 – West Hollywood, Calif., The Roxy Theatre
Oct. 24 – San Luis Obispo, Calif., Fremont Theatre
Oct. 27 – Pomona, Calif., The Glass House Concert Hall
Oct. 28 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Arlington Theatre
Oct. 29 – West Hollywood, Calif., Troubadour
Nov. 04 – Southampton, United Kingdom, O2 Guildhall Southampton
Nov. 05 – London, United Kingdom, Troxy
Nov. 07 – Dublin, Ireland, Olympia Theatre
Nov. 08 – Belfast, United Kingdom, The Limelight
Nov. 09 – Glasgow, United Kingdom, Barrowland
Nov. 10 – Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Academy
Nov. 12 – Stuttgart, Germany, Im Wizemann
Nov. 13 – Lucerne, Switzerland, Konzerthaus Schüür Luzern
Nov. 15 – Hamburg, Germany, Grosse Freiheit 36
Nov. 16 – Muenster, Germany, Skaters Palace
Nov. 17 – Wiesbaden, Germany, Schlachthof
Nov. 19 – Bristol, United Kingdom, O2 Academy Bristol
Nov. 20 – Birmingham, United Kingdom, O2 Academy Birmingham
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