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After teasing a North American tour by mailing free tickets out to their fans, The xx — on the heels of their third studio album I See You — have officially announced the dates for the tour. Their first show will be in San Francisco on Apr. 15, the day after the trio performs at Coachella

The xx — made up of Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim and Jamie Smith — have already dropped two singles from the album, "On Hold," and "Say Something Loving," ahead of the album's Jan. 13 release date. They announced the tour on their Instagram.

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I See You marks The xx's first record since Coexist, which was released in 2012. Meanwhile, Jamie Smith — who goes by the moniker Jamie xx — dropped a solo album, In Colour, in 2015. Although Madley Croft and Sim didn't release any solo stuff in the interim, both were featured on the record.

I See You North American tour tickets

Tickets for their North American tour won't be available to buy until Friday, Jan. 13 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern — unless you're a fan, in which case pre-sale tickets will be up for purchase on Tuesday, Jan. 10 at noon. However, those attending Coachella on April 14, will be able to see the band inaugurate the tour. 

I See You tour dates

The xx listed their tour dates with locations on their website. You can see them below.

Feb. 8: Stockholm, Sweden — Hovet
Feb. 10: Copenhagen, Denmark — Forum
Feb. 12: Hamburg, Germany — Sporthalle
Feb. 13: Amsterdam, Netherlands - AFAS Live
Feb. 14: Paris, France — Zénith
Feb. 15: Paris, France — Zénith
Feb. 17: Strasbourg, France — Zénith
Feb. 18: Basel, Switzerland — St. Jakobshalle 
Feb. 20: Milan, Italy — Mediolanum Forum
Feb. 21: Lyon, France — Halle Tony Garnier
Feb. 23: Vienna, Austria — Marx Halle
Feb. 24: Munich, Germany — Zenith
Feb. 25: Berlin, Germany — Arena
Feb. 26: Frankfurt, Germany — Jahrhunderthalle
Feb. 28: Düsseldorf, Germany — Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Mar. 1: Brussels, Belgium — Forest National
Mar. 2: Brussels, Belgium — Forest National
Mar. 4: Nottingham, England — Motorpaint Arena
Mar. 5: Manchester, England — O2 Apollo Manchester
Mar. 6: Manchester, England — O2 Apollo Manchester
Mar. 8-15: London, England — O2 Academy Brixton
Mar. 17: Cardiff, Wales — Motorpaint Arena
Mar. 23-25: Bogota, Colombia — Festival Estereo Picnic
Mar. 25: Sao Paulo, Brazil — Lollapalooza
Mar. 25-31: San Isidro, Argentina — Lollapalooza
Apr. 1: Santiago, Chile — Lollapalooza
Apr. 14: Indio, CA — Coachella
April 15: San Francisco, CA — Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Apr. 19: Phoenix, AZ — Mesa Amphitheatre
Apr. 21: Indio, CA — Coachella
Apr. 23: Portland, OR — Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum
Apr. 24: Seattle, WA — WaMu Theater
Apr. 25: Vancouver, British Columbia — Thunderbird Arena at UBC
Apr. 28: St. Paul, MN — The Palace Theatre
Apr. 29: Milwaukee, WI — The Eagles Ballroom
May. 1: Chicago, IL — Aragon Ballroom
May. 2: Detroit, MI — The Masonic Temple Detroit
May. 3: Cleveland, OH — Jacobs Pavilion
May. 5: Columbus, OH — Express Live!
May. 6: Columbia, MD — Merriweather Post Pavilion
May. 8: Dallas, TX — South Side Ballroom
May. 9: Houston, TX — Revention Music Center
May. 10: Austin, TX — ACL Live at the Moody Theater
May. 14: Raleigh, NC — The Red Hat Amphitheater
May. 16: Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE
May. 17: Philadelphia, PA — Skyline Stage at the Mann
May. 19: New York, NY — Forest Hills Stadium 
May. 23: Toronto, Ontario — Echo Beach
May. 24: Montreal, Quebec — Parc Jean-Drapeau
May. 26: Portland, ME — Thompson's Point