Butch Walker, who is on the road now to perform in select cities where his documentary, Out Of Focus, is screening, recently announced a new EP and fall tour.

The EP, slated for release Sept. 17 via Dangerbird Records, is called Peachtree Battle. The decision to release the record, originally intended to be a full-length, as an EP was due to Walker's father's declining health, and singer's desire to let him hear one final release. Sadly, Butch's father, “Big” Butch Walker, passed away on Aug. 21 at the age of 72and Peachtree Battle will be dedicated to his memory. 

Check out an announcement from Butch:

“My Father was my hero, my best friend, and biggest fan… he would have wanted me to do this and i plan on doing him proud. So come out and celebrate with me, in honor of the MAN.

Here’s to “Big” Butch Walker… I hope you enjoy your front row seat at the shows…

-“Lil” BUTCH”

Peachtree Battle is currently available for pre-order on iTunes, as well as on CD and vinyl from the singer's site (with an Oct. 22 release date). Below, you'll find the EP's artwork and tracklisting:

1. I've Been Waiting For This
2. Peachtree Battle
3. Favorite Son
4. Coming Home
5. Let It Go Where It's Supposed To

You can listen to two of Peachtree Battle's five tracks, “Coming Home” and “I've Been Waiting For This” now:

Out Of Focus, a documentary highlighting the personal life and career of the influential producer and songwriter, is currently screening in select cities. Walker had originally intended to perform after each screening, but ultimately scaled the tour down to a handful of markets. Below, check out the remaining dates, along with Butch's newly-announced fall tour. Tickets for the fall dates are on sale now.

Out Of Focus Tour

Sept 6 – Mercy Lounge (film screening at The High Watt) – Nashville, TN
Sept 7 – 40 Watt – Athens, GA
Sept 9 – U Street Music Hall (film screening at West End) – Washington, DC
Sept 10 – Highline (film screening at Village East) – New York, NY
Sept 11 – Sinclair (film Landmark’s Kendall Square) – Boston, MA
Sept 17 – Bootleg Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

Fall Tour

Oct 25 – Amos’s – Charlotte, NC
Oct 27 – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC 
Oct 28 – Sound Stage – Baltimore, MD 
Oct 29 – TLA – Philadelphia, PA 
Oct 30 – Stone Pony – Asbury Park, NJ 
Nov 1 – Mr. Smalls – Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 2 – St Andrews – Detroit, MI
Nov 3 – A&R Music Bar – Columbus, OH 
Nov 5 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL 
Nov 7 – Majestic Theatre – Madison, WI 
Nov 8 – Varsity Theatre – Minneapolis, MN 
Nov 9 – Riot Room – Kansas City, MO 
Nov 10 – Rev Room – Little Rock, AR 
Nov 12 – Lamberts – Austin, TX 
Nov 13 – Trees – Dallas, TX 
Nov 15 – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO