Sample-forward pop group TV Girl are reissuing their terrific 2014 debut album French Exit on vinyl and that will be out in time for its "6 1/2 year anniversary" tour which they've announced in typically sardonic, self-effacing fashion:

TV Girl released “French Exit” in 2014 to shrugs. It would take exactly 6 and half years for their storied debut album to be re-evaluated as the singular slice of sickly-sweet-downer-pop that we all know and love today. To capitalize on this fortuitous twist of fate, the “TV Girl traveling All-Star Band” will be performing their iconic album in its entirety, giving the album the triumphant national tour it always deserved. Don’t look at it as a cynical cash grab. See it for what it really is, the cathartic revenge of the underdog, courtesy of TV Girl, “The Last Great American Indie Band.”

The tour, which has their friend Jordana opening all shows, is in two legs: A West Coast trek kicks off April 23 in Santa Ana, CA and wraps up May 15 in L.A., then they'll hit the rest of the US starting June 17 in Tampa, FL and finishing up July 25 in New Orleans. They'll play Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg on July 1 and tickets are on sale now.

All dates are listed, along with a stream of French Exit, below.

TV Girl - 2020 Tour Dates
4.23 // Santa Ana // Constellation Room
4.24 // San Diego // SOMA Sidestage
4.25 // Phoenix // Crescent Ballroom
4.27 // Albuquerque // Launchpad
4.28 // Denver // Bluebird Theater
4.30 // Salt Lake City // Greek Station
5.1 // Boise // The Shredder
5.2 // Spokane // The Big Dipper
5.4 // Seattle // The Crocodile
5.5 // Portland // Hawthorne Theatre
5.6 // Eugene // WOW Hall
5.8 // Sacramento // Harlow’s Starlet Room
5.9 // San Francisco // Rickshaw Stop
5.10 // Oakland // Starline Social Club
5.12 // Santa Cruz // Catalyst (Atrium)
5.13 // San Luis Obispo // SLO Brew
5.14 // West Hollywood // The Roxy
5.15 // Los Angeles // Lodge Room
6.17 // Tampa // Crowbar
6.18 // Orlando // Soundbar
6.19 // Jacksonville // 1904 Music Hall
6.20 // Atlanta // Masquerade - Hell
6.22 // Nashville // The High Watt
6.23 // Asheville // The Mothlight
6.24 // Raleigh // Kings
6.26 // Richmond // Richmond Music Hall
6.27 // Washington DC // Black Cat
6.28 // Philadelphia // Johnny Brenda's
7.1 // Brooklyn // Music Hall of Williamsburg
7.2 // Boston // Brighton Music Hall
7.6 // Pittsburgh // Thunderbird
7.7 // Cleveland // Mahall's
7.8 // Columbus // Ace of Cups
7.10 // Detroit // El Club
7.11 // Chicago // Lincoln Hall
7.12 // Milwaukee // Back Room @ Colectivo
7.14 // Louisville // Zanzabar
7.15 // St. Louis // Off Broadway
7.16 // Lawrence // The Bottleneck
7.18 // Oklahoma City // 89th Street
7.20 // Dallas // Club Dada
7.21 // Austin // Mohawk
7.22 // San Antonio // Paper Tiger
7.23 // Houston // Satellite Bar
7.25 // New Orleans // One Eyed Jacks