Modern rock quartet American Hi-Fi hits the road tonight (Aug. 31) in Worcester, Mass., to start a long second leg of touring in support of its self-titled Island debut. The group will play two radio

Modern rock quartet American Hi-Fi hits the road tonight (Aug. 31) in Worcester, Mass., to start a long second leg of touring in support of its self-titled Island debut. The group will play two radio music festivals, WEND's Weenie Roast in Charlotte, N.C., and WNNX's Bigger Day Out in Atlanta, along the way.

The band will be supported by Injected from Sept. 10-14, while Phantom Planet will join the tour in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 18 and remain onboard through Oct. 24.

Led by former Letters to Cleo and Veruca Salt drummer Stacy Jones, American Hi-Fi released its debut album in February, and has enjoyed success with its lead track, "Flavor of the Weak," which is No. 49 on The Billboard Hot 100 this week. The album hit the top spot on Billboard's Heatseekers chart a month after its release.

Here are American Hi-Fi's tour dates:

Aug. 31: Worcester, Mass. (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Sept. 1: Pontiac, Mich. (Phoenix Plaza Amphitheatre)
Sept. 2: Harlingen, Texas (Valley Race Park)
Sept. 9: Shakopee, Minn. (Canterbury)
Sept. 10: Lafayette, La. (Old Plaza Theater)
Sept. 12: St. Petersburg, Fla. (State Theater)
Sept. 13: Orlando, Fla. (Sapphire Supper Club)
Sept. 14: Athens, Ga. (40 Watt Club)
Sept. 15: Charlotte, N.C. (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre / 106.5 WEND Weenie Roast)
Sept. 16: Dayton, Ohio (Montgomery County Fairgrounds)
Sept. 18: Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)
Sept. 19: Knoxville, Tenn. (Blue Cats)
Sept. 21: Allendale, Mich. (Grand Valley State University)
Sept. 22: Atlanta (Hi Fi Buys Amphitheater / 99X Bigger Day Out)
Sept. 25: Chapel Hill, N.C. (Cat's Cradle)
Sept. 26: Norfolk, Va. (Norva)
Sept. 28: Philadelphia (Trocadero)
Sept. 29: Pittsburgh (Metropol)
Oct. 1: Northampton, Mass. (Pearl Street)
Oct. 2: Clifton Park, N.Y. (Northern Lights)
Oct. 4: New York (Irving Plaza)
Oct. 5: Providence, R.I. (Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel)
Oct. 6: Boston (Paradise Rock Club)
Oct. 10: Cleveland (Peabody's Down Under)
Oct. 11: Chicago (Metro)
Oct. 12: Minneapolis (Quest)
Oct. 13: Fargo, N.D. (Playmakers)
Oct. 15: Boulder, Colo. (Fox Theater)
Oct. 17: Scottsdale, Ariz. (Cajun House)
Oct. 19: Santa Ana, Calif. (Galaxy Theatre)
Oct. 20: Los Angeles (Troubador)
Oct. 21: San Francisco (Great American Music Hall)
Oct. 23: Portland, Ore. (B Complex)
Oct. 24: Seattle (Graceland)