Radiohead's publicity representatives have retracted the additional North American tour dates released to the media yesterday (May 2). 11 dates were announced, including a two-night stand in August at

Radiohead's publicity representatives have retracted the additional North American tour dates released to the media yesterday (May 2). 11 dates were announced, including a two-night stand in August at the Liberty State Park in Jersey City, N.J., but the group's representatives are now stressing that those dates are unconfirmed.

As previously reported, the North American tour dates finalized so far will begin June 18 in Spring, Texas, and run through a June 29-30 stand in Santa Barbara, Calif. The Beta Band has been tapped as the opening act.

Radiohead will be touring in support of its new Capitol album "Amnesiac," due June 5 in North America and a day earlier internationally. In its first week at radio, first single "I Might Be Wrong" is getting heavy airplay at stations such as WOXY Cincinnati and KJEE Santa Barbara.

The first single internationally is the dark piano-heavy track "Pyramid Song," a video for which will begin airing on music channels in the coming weeks. A commercial single for "Pyramid Song" drops May 21 in the U.K.