After celebrating the 25-year anniversary of their debut album Silver, Canadian rockers Moist are heading out on tour.

Released February 8, 1994, Silver was made with the band’s tight budget of $4000. Including singles “Push”, “Believe Me” and “Silver”, the album is the band’s most commercially successful album, being certified 4x Platinum in Canada.

It makes sense that they’d want to celebrate 25 years of success, so this summer they’ll be out of tour, kicking things off in their hometown of Vancouver on August 22. No other show dates have been announced.

According to a press release, singer David Usher, guitarist Mark Makoway and keyboardist Kevin Young will reunite with bassist Jeff Pearce to tour for the first time since 2013. The press release also details the reissue of Silver in remastered 2xLP and CD editions, along with a collection of rare tracks. No release date has been confirmed.