The Black Keys are back! Their new release ‘Turn Blue’ is out tomorrow and now the band is revealing an extensive tour run that will take them throughout North America, with more dates on the way.

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney announced the tour to their fans via the comical video above, riffing on the tumultuous nature of political press conferences.

Kicking off on Sept. 5 in the band's home state of Ohio, the current tour routing keeps the rock duo out on the road throughout fall and into winter before wrapping up on Dec. 21 in Kansas City, Mo. Check out all of the dates and locations below.

The Black Keys will be joined by alternating opening acts Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg and St. Vincent throughout the tour. Ticket pre-sales begin May 13 on the Black Keys' website and general onsale dates start May 16. Get all the latest ticketing info here.

While ‘Turn Blue’ won’t be officially released until May 13, fans can stream the full disc now on iTunes. The band recently shared the official video for their single ‘Fever,’ which you can watch by clicking the button below. You can also catch the Black Keys on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend.

The Black Keys Turn Blue North American Tour Dates:

9/5 - Columbus, Ohio - Schottenstein Center *
9/6 - Cleveland, Ohio - Quicken Loans Arena *
9/7 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - Van Andel Arena *
9/9 - Milwaukee, Wis. - BMO Harris Bradley Center *
9/10 - Louisville, Ky. - KFC Yum! Center *
9/12 - Detroit, Mich. - Joe Louis Arena *
9/13 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - CONSOL Energy Center *
9/14 - Rochester, N.Y. - Blue Cross Arena *
9/16 - Toronto, Ontario -  Air Canada Centre *
9/18 - Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre *
9/20 - Philadelphia, Pa. - Wells Fargo Center *
9/21 - Boston, Mass. -  TD Garden *
9/24 - Brooklyn, N.Y. - Barclays Center *
9/25 - Washington, D.C. - Verizon Center *
9/27 - Chicago, Ill. -United Center *
10/24 - Minneapolis, Minn. -  Target Center †
10/25 - Winnipeg, Manitoba -  MTS Centre †
10/27 - Calgary, Alberta - Scotiabank Saddledome †
10/28 - Edmonton, Alberta - Rexall Place †
10/30 - Vancouver, British Columbia - Pacific Coliseum †
10/31 - Portland, Ore. -  Moda Center †
11/1 - Seattle, Wash. - KeyArena †
11/9 - San Diego, Calif. - Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl †
11/10 - Phoenix, Ariz. - US Airways Center †
11/12 - Salt Lake City, Utah - Maverik Center †
11/13 - Denver, Colo.  - Pepsi Center †
11/15 - Houston, Texas - Toyota Center †
11/16 - Dallas,Texas -  American Airlines Center †
12/4 - Baltimore, Md. -  Baltimore Arena ‡
12/5 - Raleigh, N.C. -  PNC Arena ‡
12/6 - Richmond, Va. - Richmond Coliseum ‡
12/8 - Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena ‡
12/9 - St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center ‡
12/11 - Atlanta, Ga. -  Philips Arena ‡
12/12 - Charlotte, N.C. -  Time Warner Cable Arena ‡
12/13 - Greenville, S.C. - Bon Secours Wellness Arena ‡
12/15 - Sunrise, Fla. - BB&T Center ‡
12/16 - Tampa, Fla. - Tampa Bay Times Forum ‡
12/17 - Orlando, Fla. - Amway Center ‡
12/19 - Austin, Texas - Frank Erwin Center ‡
12/20 - Tulsa, Okla. - BOK Center ‡
12/21 - Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center ‡

* Special guest Cage The Elephant
† Special guest Jake Bugg
‡ Special guest St. Vincent