Fuzz has announced its first North American tour since 2015, as multi-instrumentalist and band leader Ty Segall finds time between his various solo projects.

Related: The Flaming Lips, Deap Valley Release Second Collaborative Single, “Home Thru Hell” [Listen]

This coming summer will see Fuzz, rounded out by Charles Moothart and Chad Ubovich, hit the road beginning in late May and play 19 shows in 32 days, moving from west to east with a few token stops in Canada. The tour kicks off May 27th in San Francisco at Great American Music Hall, then Alladin Theater in Portland, OR (5/29); Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA (5/30); then the first stop in Canada at Rickshaw Theatre in Vancouver, BC (5/30). Afterward, the band will return to the States for shows at Harlow’s in Sacramento, CA (6/2) and Felton Music Hall in Santa Cruz, CA (6/3) followed by a three-night run at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles (6/5-7).

Fuzz then heads east to Thalia Hall in Chicago, IL (6/18); Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, OH (6/19); then back to Canada for the final time for Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON (6/20) followed by La Tulipe in Montreal, QC (6/21). The band then plays the Northeast, beginning with The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA (6/22); Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY (6/24); Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY (6/25); Ottobar in Baltimore, MD (6/26); Underground Arts in Philadelphia, PA (6/27); and then the tour wraps up at Mr. Small’s Theater in Pittsburgh (6/28).

No word has been given on any new music, but the last album the band released, II, came out in 2015, which was also the last time the group toured. Per a statement, fans should expect more Fuzz news in the very near future. Tickets for the 2020 North American Fuzz tour go on sale Friday, January 31st at 11 a.m. ET and will be available for purchase here.