Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien has announced his first North American solo tour in 2020 under the moniker EOB. The tour will see O’Brien and his band play 13 shows across the U.S. in support of his debut solo album, Earth, due out April 17th via Capitol Records.

The tour, which kicks off on May 26th at First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN, will make its way through the Midwest before heading north to Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON (5/31). Following a show in Montreal (6/2), EOB will head back to the states for a string of shows in the Northeast, including Boston, MA (6/4), and Brooklyn, NY (6/5).

An appearance at Bonnaroo Music Festival (6/13) and a show in Los Angeles (6/15) will set up the tour closer at Newport Folk Festival in Newport, RI, on July 31st.

Tickets go on sale Friday, February 28th, at 10:00 a.m. local time, however fans who pre-order Earth by February 26th will have a chance at a special ticket presale on February 27th. Visit EOB’s website for ticketing information and scroll down for a full list of tour dates.

EOB announced his debut solo album, which is produced by Flood (U2, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails), way back in 2017. Click here to pre-order the album and listen to the three previously released singles, “Shangri-La”, “Brasil”, and “Santa Teresa”.