It’s no “Smoke Across the Water”, Deep Purple is releasing a new album and will launch a summer tour in Europe.

The band is set to release their 21st album “Whoosh” on June 12. The album is being offered as a limited CD and DVD package, as a two LP and DVD package, as a limited edition boxed set, and on digital formats. The DVD will feature “Roger Glover and Bob Ezrin in Conversation” and the 2017 Hellfest performance on video.

Speaking on the upcoming album, guitarist Steve Morse said, “we’ve included everything that made the whole band smile, including (producer) Bob Ezrin. We’ve always enjoyed making music and having the incredible luxury of a loyal audience.”

Deep Purple tour dates:
March 14 at the Hell & Heaven Festival in Mexico City, Mexico
May 31 at the Megasport Ice Palace in Moscow, Russia
June 3 at Lifepark in Istanbul, Turkey
June 6 at the Rockwave Festival in Athens, Greece
June 20 at Hellfest in Clisson, France
June 21 at the Graspop Metal Meeting in Dessel, Belgium
June 24 at the Stadptark Freilichtbuhne in Hamburg, Germany
June 25 at the Skovdalen in Aalborg, Denmark
June 27 at the Tons of Rock Ekeberg in Oslo, Norway
June 30 at La Seine Musicale in Paris, France
July 1 at the Festival De Nimes Les Arenes in Nimes, France
July 3 at Clam Rock in Klam, Austria
July 4 at Lovely Days in Eisenstadt, Austria
July 6 at the Bologna Sonic Park in Bologna, Italy
July 8 at the Sion sous Sion sous les etoiles in Sion Switzerland
July 10 at the Kunst Rasen Granau in Bonn, Germany
July 11 at the Rosenheim Sommerfestival in Rosenheim, Germany
July 14 at the Freilichtbühne Peißnitz in Halle, Germany
July 15 at the Open Air Volkspark in Mainz, Germany
July 17 at the Guitare en Scene Festival in St. Julein en Genevois, France
July 18 at the Lieder Am See in Brombach, Germany
July 20 at the Festiva De Carcassone Theatre Jean Deschamps in Carcassone, France
July 22 at the Stimmen Festival in Lorrach, Germany
July 24 at the Festival De La Foire Aux Vins de Colmar Parc Des expositions in Colmar, France
Sept 26 at the Hovet Ice Hall in Stockholm, Sweden
Sept 27 at the Partille Arena in Gothenburg, Sweden
Sept 29 at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct 2 at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK
Oct 3 at the O2 in London, UK
Oct 5 at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, UK
Oct 6 at the FD Arena in Leeds, UK
Oct 8 at the Arena in Birmingham, UK
Oct 10 at the Rockhal in Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Oct 13 at the Max Schmeling Halle in Berlin, Germany
Oct 14 at the Atlas Arena in Lods, Poland
Oct 16 at the Schleyer-Halle in Stuttgart, Germany
Oct 17 at the KP Arena in Oberhausen, Germany
Oct 19 at the Forum in Milan, Italy
Oct 20 at the Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland
Oct 22 at the Zenith in Lille, France
Oct 24 at the Zenith in Dijon, France
Oct 26 at the Zenith D’Auvergne in Clermont Ferrand, France
Oct 28 at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, Netherlands