By Danielle Jackson
Updated January 30, 2017 at 03:10 PM EST
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The Chainsmokers just announced that they’ll be debuting their first studio album later this year, which will be accompanied by a North American tour titled the Memories: Do Not Open Tour.

Coldplay’s Chris Martin accidentally spilled the beans about the album on Twitter before the group made its official announcement in a separate tweet. “Excited for @thechainsmokers‘ album; I’ve heard some songs and I love them,” Martin wrote.

Back in September, the DJs said whether or not they released a record was “up to our fans if they want one.” Judging by an Instagram post showing a collage of comments from fans showing support for an album, the duo is making good on their promise.

The Chainsmokers plan to release their new album via Columbia/Disruptor Records. Every ticket purchased online for the upcoming tour, which kicks off on April 13 at Miami’s American Airlines Arena, will include a copy of the group’s forthcoming album. See below for more dates.