Wild Cub will make their network television debut next Tuesday, Jan. 21, on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

The Nashville, Tenn.-based group, who you may recall from our "Four Simple Words: Lollapalooza" feature, will re-release their debut album, Youth, that same day via Mom + Pop. Initially digitally self-released, the expanded wide release version of Youth will feature two new bonus tracks.

Check out a message from the band about Fallon:


And, below, watch the lyric video for Wild Cub's infectious breakout single, "Thunder Clatter:"

Youth is streaming in full right now via The New York Times' T Magazine, and is available to pre-order through Wild cub's site. The band will hit the road next week for a U.S. tour with Hands, followed by a string of festival performances. Here's the full routing:

Jan 23 - Tractor Tavern - Seattle, WA ^

Jan 25 - Harlow's Restaurant and Nightclub - Sacramento, CA ^

Jan 27 - Bardot for "School Night" - Los Angeles, CA

Jan 29 - Bootleg Bar - Los Angeles, CA ^

Jan 30 - The Loft at UCSD - San Diego, CA ^

Feb 1 - Lamberts - Austin, TX ^

Feb 5 - Turf Club -  St Paul, MN ^

Feb 6 - Turner Hall - Milwaukee, WI ^

Feb 7 - Do317 Lounge - Indianapolis, IN

Feb 8 - Subterranean - Chicago, IL ^

Feb 10 - The Basement - Columbus, OH ^

Feb 11 - Magic Stick - Detroit, MI ^

Feb 13 - The Hollow - Albany, NY ^

Feb 14 - Higher Ground - Burlington, VT ^

Feb 15 - Brighton Music Hall - Boston, MA ^

Feb 17 - The Met - Providence, RI ^

Feb 18 - Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY ^

Feb 21 - Johnny Brenda's - Philadelphia, PA ^

March 2 - 3rd & Lindsley - Nashville, TN

April 25-27 - CounterPoint Music Festival - Atlanta, GA

May 16-18 - Hangout Festival - Gulf Shores, AL

June 19-22 - Firefly Music Festival - Dover, DE

^ with Hands