Jimmy Eat World Tour North America in Support of Invented, Play Toronto

Jimmy Eat World Tour North America in Support of <i>Invented</i>, Play Toronto
When emo journeymen Jimmy Eat World unveiled their new LP, Invented, earlier this month, they promised that tour information was on the way soon. True to their word, the band have now announced a 17-date fall tour, which includes a performance at Toronto's Kool Haus

For opening support, the band will be joined on the road by fellow Arizona native Courtney Marie Andrews, who sings backup vocals on Invented. Ticket pre-sales will start Thursday (July 29) at JimmyEatWorld.com. See the tour dates below.

Although Jimmy Eat World currently don't have a show booked in their home state, the band tweeted, "there WILL BE an AZ date. Details to come. We are not boycotting AZ!!"

Like their past two LPs, Invented will come out via Interscope. You can check out the tracklist at the bottom of the page and the album cover above. As previously reported, the album was produced by longtime collaborator Mark Trombino. Expect to hear first single "My Best Theory" sometime soon.

Tour dates:

9/21 Atlanta, GA - Center Stage

9/22 Asheville NC - The Orange Peel

9/24 Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom

9/25 Columbia, MD - Virgin Mobile Free Fest @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
9/29 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern

9/30 San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theatre

10/1 San Luis Obispo, CA - SLO Veterans' Auditorium

10/3 Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre

10/4 Omaha NE - Sokol Auditorium

10/5 Milwaukee, WI - Pabst Theatre

10/7 Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre

10/8 Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre

10/9 Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall

10/11 Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory

10/14 New York, NY - Terminal 5

10/15 Boston, MA - House of Blues

10/17 Toronto, ON - Kool Haus

Invented:

1. "Heart Is Hard to Find"

2. "My Best Theory"

3. "Evidence"

4. "Higher Devotion"

5. "Movielike"

6. "Coffee and Cigarettes"

7. "Stop"

8. "Littlething"

9. "Cut"

10. "Action Needs an Audience"

11. "Invented"

12. "Mixtape"