On the same day Built To Spill's "You in Reverse" is released, the band will open a six-week spring tour. The Warner Bros. album is due April 11 and the tour will open with the first of two shows in M

On the same day Built To Spill's "You in Reverse" is released, the band will open a six-week spring tour. The Warner Bros. album is due April 11 and the tour will open with the first of two shows in Minneapolis.

The trek includes multiple-night stands in Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and Carrboro, N.C. On March 15 the group will preview material from the album at the South By Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, where the tour is slated to end on May 20.

Pre-sale opportunities with reduced service fees are available for most shows to registered members of the band's Internet Community.

"You in Reverse" is the follow-up to 2001's "Ancient Melodies of the Future" and as previously reported, the band's first with producer Phil Ek since BTS' 1993 debut, "Ultimate Alternative Wavers."

First single "Goin' Against Your Mind" will be made available Tuesday (Feb. 14) via digital outlets. The nine-minute track has been available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

Here are Built To Spill's tour dates:

April 11-12: Minneapolis (First Ave)
April 13: Madison, Wis. (Barrymore Theatre)
April 14-15: Chicago (Metro)
April 16: St. Louis (Mississippi Nights)
April 17: Columbia, Mo. (Blue Note)
April 19: Lawrence, Kan. (The Bottleneck)
April 20: Tulsa, Okla. (Cain's Ballroom)
April 21: Little Rock, Ark. (Vino's)
April 22: Memphis, Tenn. (Young Ave. Deli)
April 23: Nashville (City Hall)
April 24: Urbana, Ill. (Foellinger Auditorium)
April 25: Indianapolis (The Vogue)
April 26: Columbus, Ohio (Newport Music Hall)
April 27: Detroit (St. Andrews Hall)
April 28: Millvale, Pa. (Mr. Smalls)
April 29: Buffalo, N.Y. (Town Ballroom)
April 30: So. Burlington, Vt. (Higher Ground)
May 1: Boston (The Roxy)
May 3-5: New York (Irving Plaza)
May 6-7: Philadelphia (Trocadero)
May 8-9: Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)
May 10-11: Carrboro, N.C. (Cat's Cradle)
May 12: Atlanta (Variety Playhouse)
May 13: Athens, Ga. (40 Watt Club)
May 14: Birmingham, Ala. (Zydeco)
May 16: New Orleans (House of Blues)
May 17: Houston (Warehouse Live)
May 18: San Antonio, Texas (White Rabbit)
May 19: Dallas (Gypsy Tea Room)
May 20: Austin, Texas (Stubb's BBQ)

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