The Walkmen will ascend to "Heaven" on June 5.
The New York band's new album was produced by indie guru Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, the Shins) and will include a pair of appearances by Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold, who contributed harmonies.
The album will mark the quintet's second for Fat Possum Records and their seventh full-length overall, counting a 2006 track-for-track tribute to Harry Nilsson's album "Pussy Cats."
It's been a decade since the Walkmen drew critical notice with 2002's "Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me is Gone," a factor that played into the group's approach to the new album.
"The detachment you can feel throughout our younger records is gone," singer Hamilton Leithauser said in a release. "We felt like it was time to make a bigger, more generous statement."
The band will support "Heaven" with a July North American tour opening for Florence + the Machine, as well as a headlining performance at Brooklyn's Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Fest, curated by the National, on May 3.