The new fall trek runs from 3 November in Chicago through to 18 November in Washington D.C.
The tenth anniversary of The Decemberists’ breakthrough album The Crane Wife will be marked with a limited deluxe box set by Capitol/UMe on 23 December.
Kaiser Chiefs’ second album, ‘Stay Together’, sees the band launch a storming party assault on the charts.
Despite its convoluted history, The Cure’s: ‘Entreat’ finds the band on transcendent form during the tour promoting their classic album ‘Disintegration’.
Still among Weezer’s most beloved works, the group’s first six albums are being reissued on vinyl on 28 October.
Three classic Beck albums, ‘Odelay’, ‘Sea Change’ and ‘Guero’, will be reissued on vinyl on 28 October, charting three distinct eras in his career.
Three more of Sonic Youth’s Geffen-era vinyl reissues will surface on 14 October: ‘Experimental Jet Set…’, ‘A Thousand Leaves’ and ‘NYC Ghosts & Flowers’.
Black Grape’s freewheeling debut, ‘It’s Great When You’re Straight... Yeah’, is reissued in a deluxe three-disc edition on 4 November.
A carnivalesque trawl through sounds and styles, Glass Animals’ second album, ‘How To Be A Human Being’, is fresh, invigorating and life-affirming.
A fascinating debut album, The Cure’s ‘Three Imaginary Boys’ is full of brittle, angular pop-punk songs that remain fan favourites.
Representing two very different stages in John Lydon’s career ‘Metal Box’ and ‘Album’ are being reissued in super deluxe editions on 28 October.
R.E.M.’s classic 1991 album, ‘Out Of Time’, will be reissued on 18 November in a lavish box set featuring previously unreleased live recordings and demos.
From PiL to The Cure via Siouxsie And The Banshees, we take a look at the artists that were some of the movement's major innovators.
In advance of their career-spanning retrospective, ‘A Place For Us To Dream’, the group have unleashed their much-anticipated new track, ‘Jesus’ Son’.
Scott Walker has written the score for the feature film The Childhood Of A Leader, and you can hear a brief teaser for it here.
Watch Kylie Olsson interview Caleb Nott, the brother and sister who make up New Zealand duo, Broods.