Photo of Vance Joy performing on Taylor Swift's '1989' tour, courtesy Getty

With months to go until his time supporting Taylor Swift's 1989 Tour comes to an end, Vance Joy has already planned ahead, revealing new 2016 tour dates on Wednesday.

Billed the "Fire and the Flood" Tour, after the Australian singer-songwriter's new single, the trek will kick off Jan. 20 in Minneapolis and run through April 1.

Joining Joy on select dates will be Canadian indie-rockers Reuben and the Dark; rising songstress Elle King, whose breakout single "Ex's and Oh's" this week made her the second female artist in 18 years (after Lorde in 2013) to reach No. 1 on the Alternative Songs chart; and Portland folk outfit Blind Pilot, which is currently recording a new album for 2016. British singer-songwriter Jamie Lawson, whose self-titled debut album arrives Oct. 9, will open for the full tour.

Joy is on tour with Swift through December, when the pop star takes her show to none other than Australia.

See the newly announced dates here.