The National announces its sixth full-length, Trouble Will Find Me

The National announces its sixth full-length, Trouble Will Find Me

The National has announced a new record, its sixth. Trouble Will Find Me is due out May 21 and is the follow-up to 2010’s excellent High Violet. A tracklist and album art is below.

National completists will also want to check out Mistaken For Strangers, a new documentary about the band that’s set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival April 17. The film, directed by lead singer Matt Berninger’s roadie brother Tom, follows the group on its biggest tour to date, and it reportedly contains nods to both horror and heavy-metal movies.

Speaking of tours, the group also has a bunch of dates coming up, including stops at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and the Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee. (It's also rumored to play Lollapalooza.) A full list of confirmed dates is below.

Trouble Will Find Me
1. I Should Live In Salt
2. Demons
3. Don’t Swallow The Cap
4. Fireproof
5. Sea Of Love
6. Heaenfaced
7. This Is The Last Time
8. Graceless
9. Slipped
10. I Need My Girl
11. Humiliation
12. Pink Rabbits
13. Hard To Find

The National tour 2013
May 16—State Theater—Ithaca, New York
May 26—Boston Calling—Boston, Massachusetts
June 5—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York*
June 6—Merriweather Post Pavilion—Columbia, Maryland^
June 7—Mann Center For The Performing Arts—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania^
June 8—The National—Richmond, Virginia
June 10—Red Hat Amphitheatre—Raleigh, North Carolina^
June 11—Stage AE—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania^
June 13—Lachine Canal—Montreal, Quebec
June 14—Yonge Dundas Square—Toronto, Ontario
June 15—LC Pavilion—Columbus, Ohio
June 16—Bonnaroo—Manchester, Tennessee
June 21—Hurricane Festival—Scheessel, Germany
June 22—Southside Festival—Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany
June 25—Cirque Royal—Brussels, Belgium
June 28—Live At The Marquee—Cork, Ireland
June 30—Parco Della Musica—Rome, Italy
July 1—City Sound Festival—Milan, Italy
July 2—Salata—Zagreb, Croatia
July 14—Bunbury Festival—Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug. 6—Roy Wilkins Auditorium—St. Paul, Minnesota
Aug. 10—Greek Theatre—Los Angeles, California
Sept. 17—Red Rocks Amphitheater—Morrison, Colorado
* with Youth Lagoon
^ with Dirty Projectors