The newly-rearranged shows kick off in Glasgow on September 23, with the band also looking to reschedule further shows in Leeds and Dublin.
Revealing the imminent new release on social media, the artist said, “It’s time to step out of the 21st century."
The party will be followed at 11pm by the YouTube premiere of The Streets’ documentary, 'The A-Z Of How To Make A Mixtape'.
The band have been forced to postpone their upcoming US jaunt due to the on-going coronavirus crisis.
Drummer Nick Banks and keyboardist Mark Webber joined The Charlatans’ Tim Burgess for his “Tim’s Twitter Listening Party”.
The star said, “We filmed my show in Paris in September and thought it’d be fun to share it with you.”
The band will be going live on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch.
Wilson's popular 'Hand. Cannot .Erase' album will be discussed in detail during the online broadcast.
The singer said, "I hope you’re all staying safe, sane, healthy and as creative as possible.”
The event took place at the WWE Performance Center with no audience in Orlando due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The band's acclaimed debut, 'Exit Planet Dust' was in the UK charts for many weeks, charting in each year from its release in 1995 until 2000.
The Ballina Cup will feature celebrity participants and will raise money for coronavirus relief.
All tickets for the affected concerts will be honoured for the new dates. Details are expected to be announced soon.
The star is unrecognisable in the clip as she gender-swaps to transform into the titular ‘Man’, who is presented as an egotistical business boss.
The Las Vegas quartet took the honours with their much-acclaimed trio of singles, ‘Believer,’ ‘Thunder,’ and ‘Radioactive’.
James Hetfield previously told Kerrang!: “I was pretty distraught when Lemmy passed. My vision of him was as a statue of a man that was immortal."