Label-less Chicago rock outfit Wilco is allowing visitors to its official Web site to listen to a streaming version of its unreleased fourth album, "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot," in its entirety. In addition

Label-less Chicago rock outfit Wilco is allowing visitors to its official Web site to listen to a streaming version of its unreleased fourth album, "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot," in its entirety. In addition, the group has decided to go ahead with its planned U.S. tour, despite the recent terrorist attacks. The 13-date trek begins Friday (Sept. 21) in Dallas and runs through Oct. 6 in St. Louis.

"We have a lot of reservations, at this point, about leaving our homes, friends, and families," the group wrote on the site, "but all agreed that somehow making music feels like the right thing ... despite the circumstances."

While narrowing the list of labels on which "Foxtrot" will eventually see the light of day, Wilco said it wanted fans to hear the album in hopes that they'll "find it comforting or reassuring." The band parted ways with longtime label Reprise earlier this summer, and co-founder Jay Bennett departed the group a few weeks later.