Dance/rock combo the Scissor Sisters will get the party restarted with the Sept. 26 North American release of its sophomore album, "Ta-Dah." The Universal Motown set will be preceded by the Elton John

The Scissor Sisters will get the party restarted with the Sept. 26 North American release of its sophomore album, "Ta-Dah." The Universal Motown set will be preceded by the Elton John collaboration "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'," which will be commercially released Sept. 4 internationally.

A number of the new songs have been featured in recent live performances, including "Paul McCartney," "Hairbaby," "Everybody Wants the Same Thing," "She's My Man" and "Monkey Baby," but it is unknown how many will appear on the final track list. The group is said to have also recorded a song with Roxy Music vocalist Bryan Ferry.

"Ta-Dah" is the follow-up to the band's 2004 self-titled debut, which has sold 278,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The group's cover of Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb" reached No. 10 on the U.K. singles chart.

Scissor Sisters will play a host of European festivals this summer, beginning July 2 at Belgium's Rock Werchter Festival. The band's only U.S. show at deadline is July 15 as part of the Village Voice's Siren Festival at Coney Island in Brooklyn, N.Y.