The Dirty Guv'nahs are set to release their new album this spring.

On March 11, the band will release 'Hearts On Fire,' which was recorded at the group's home studio in Knoxville, Tenn.

“We’ve been writing and recording songs for 'Hearts on Fire' for the last 12 months,” says front man James Trimble, “but if I’m honest this album has been writing itself ever since the first time we jumped in the van eight years ago and decided to hit the road. Making music is a marathon, not a sprint, and we’ve just now found our voice.”

The album's 11 tracks offer a range of musical diversity with roots in country, blues, southern soul and rock and roll. Trimble co-wrote the tracks with guitarist Michael Jenkins, who also took on a producing/engineering role.

The Guv'nahs are headed out on a tour through the South in support of the album starting March 14. Show information and tickets are available on the band's website.

The Dirty Guv'nuhs, 'Hearts On Fire' Tour Dates:

3/14 - Charlotte, N.C. - Visulite Theatre
3/15 - Carrboro, N.C. - Cat's Cradle
3/20 - Oxford, Miss. - Lyric Theatre
3/27 - Charleston, S.C. - Pour House
3/28 - Chattanooga, Tenn. - Track 29
3/29 - Brimingham, Ala. - Workplay
4/4 - Louisville, Ky. - Headliners
4/5 - Nashville, Tenn. - Exit/In
4/11 - Atlanta, Ga. - Terminal West
4/12 - Tuscaloose, Ala. - Jupiter Club
4/26 - Athens, Ga. - Georgia Theatre
6/5-6/6 - Ozark, Ark. - Wakarusa