OK Go Hits Road With Music, Fountains

In the midst of its maiden headlining club tour, Chicago-based modern rock outfit OK Go touches down tonight (Oct. 11) in Madison, Wis. Currently riding the success of "Get Over It," the highly charge

In the midst of its maiden headlining club tour, Chicago-based modern rock outfit OK Go touches down tonight (Oct. 11) in Madison, Wis. Currently riding the success of "Get Over It," the highly charged first single from the group's self-titled Capitol debut, OK Go has also announced a trio of November dates with hotly tipped U.K. act the Music, followed by a U.S. trek supporting Fountains Of Wayne.

The foursome -- Damian Kulash (vocals/guitar), Tim Nordwind (bass), Dan Konpka (drums) and Andy Duncan (keyboards/guitar) -- will appear Oct. 18 on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" and in November will film a special live performance for MTV2, slated for broadcast later that month.

Prior to joining the Music, OK Go will join such artists as Box Car Racer, Earshot, Home Town Hero, Greenwheel, Hoobastank, and Everclear for Houston radio station KTBZ's Buzzfest X.

"OK Go" is No. 6 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart this week, while "Get Over It" is No. 27 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. The Music's self-titled Capitol debut arrives Feb. 11, while Fountains Of Wayne is shopping its as-yet-untitled next album to prospective labels.

Here are OK Go's tour dates:

Oct. 11: Madison, Wis. (Annex)
Oct. 12: Kansas City, Mo. (Main Street Morgue)
Oct. 14: St. Louis (Blueberry Hill's Duck Room)
Oct. 15: Little Rock, Ark. (Sticky Fingerz Chicken Shack)
Oct. 17: Tulsa, Okla. (Curly's @ the East End)
Oct. 18: Fort Worth, Texas (Fort Worth Music Festival)
Oct. 19: Austin, Texas (Stubb's)
Oct. 23: New Orleans (House of Blues)
Oct. 24: Baton Rouge, La. (Varsity Theatre)
Oct. 27: The Woodlands, Texas (C.W. Mitchell Pavilion/Buzzfest)
Nov. 1: Philadelphia (Khyber, w/ the Music)
Nov. 2: New York (Bowery Ballroom, w/ the Music)
Nov. 4: Toronto (Lee's Palace, w/ the Music)
Nov. 6: Philadelphia (North Star, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 7: New York (Bowery Ballroom, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 8: Sea Bright, N.J. (Tradewinds, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 10: Boston (Paradise, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 12: Cleveland (Peabody's, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 13: Detroit (Shelter, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 15: Chicago (Double Door, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 16: Minneapolis (400 Bar, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 19: Portland, Ore. (Roseland, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 20: Seattle (Crocodile Cafe, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 22: San Francisco (Slim's, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)
Nov. 24: Anaheim, Calif. (House of Blues, w/ Fountains Of Wayne)