Jeff Rosenstock to play 'WORRY.' in full over three 'special' shows in December

This time, Jeff Rosenstock isn't tired of discussing his future. The Brooklyn-based punk rocker, who will go down under for a string of Australian shows later this month, has announced his latest touring plans for December. The "Nausea" singer will play his latest album, WORRY., in full at three shows in Hamden, CT, Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

The fun won't end there, either. Alongside fellow Bomb the Music Industry! member Laura Stevenson, Rosenstock will also link up with Chris Farren at the Hamden and Philly shows as the singer plays songs from his holiday album. Other "very special guests" will appear at all three shows.

The quick run of shows kicks off on Dec. 13 at Hamden's Ballroom at the Outer Space. Rosenstock will then travel home for a gig at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn on Dec. 14. The final show hits First Unitarian Church in Philly on Dec. 15. Check Rosenstock's official page for tickets to his hometown gig.

Rosenstock will also soon be taking the musical reigns on a new Cartoon Network show called "Craig of the Creek". Set to debut next year, the animated show will be set in a "kid utopia" where children rule in tree forts and on dirt bike ramps. The show was created by "Steven's Universe" producers Matt Burnett and Ben Levin.

Jeff Rosenstock WORRY. Tour Dates
Dec. 13 - Hamden, CT - Ballroom at the Outer Space *^
Dec. 14 - Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg * (Click here for tickets)
Dec. 15 - Philadelphia, PA - First Unitarian Church *^

* - with Laura Stevenson
^ - with Chris Farren