Revealing the imminent new release on social media, the artist said, “It’s time to step out of the 21st century."
In support of the artist's critically-acclaimed 'Hyperspace' album, the dates include two nights at London's Brixton Academy.
All proceeds from the latest episode will be going to Black Lives Matter.
The latest instalment in this ongoing series concerns Hughes’ band’s first appearance on European TV, at a week-long festival to mark the annual NME Awards.
The move coincides with last night's premiere of the star's 'City Of Lover Concert' film on ABC in the US.
Blake has described the track as a love song that’s about “wanting to take a little bit of someone’s load and just loving that person”.
The spring 1966 extravaganza also starred Lulu and several other artists, all for a top price of 15 shillings.
The singer revealed the news on an Instagram Live Q&A last night, 20 April, sharing a short snippet of the song.
The first episode saw the artist become the number one trend worldwide on Twitter and has had over 600,000 views.
The band's third album contained ‘Life Is A Minestrone' and ‘I’m Not In Love' as part of an ambitious and sophisticated soundscape.
The live showcase on 22 March is for bands that were due to perform at the cancelled festival.
The Kevin Parker-fronted outfit say the partnership will help them “reduce the environmental footprint of touring and help fight climate change”.
The 1975's Matty Healy has revealed his band's next single is 'If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)', from their new album, due in April.
The star-studded event will also feature Kendrick Lamar, ASAP Rocky, Twenty One Pilots and Taylor Swift.
The shows kick off in Paris on 16 June and conclude in London on 11 July.