Netflix has picked up a live-action adaptation of The Umbrella Academy, the comic book series by My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way and illustrator Gabriel Bá. A 10-episode series will debut on the streaming service in 2018. Casting and a release date are yet to be announced.

David Bowie’s A New Career in a New Town (1977-1982) is due out this fall and will include either 11 CDs or 13 LPs, including Bowie’s trio of “Berlin albums” co-produced by Brian EnoLow, Heroes, and 1980’s Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) are also included. Notably, there is an entirely remixed version of 1979’s Lodger. There’s also a new deluxe reissue of Bowie’s 1978 live album Stage, the Baal EP and a disc compiling all of the different commercially-released versions of the song “Heroes,”. A New Career in a New Town (1977-1982) is due out from Parlophone on September 29th.

Various well-known British people were at U2’s Joshua Tree celebration show at in London this week, including OasisNoel Gallagher and the British long-distance runner Mo Farah, who won the gold medal. One person who was not at the U2 concert, though, was Liam Gallagher—and that’s despite Farah taking a photo with Noel and tagging it as Liam. Farah has updated the post to tag the right Gallagher after several pointed out the mistake. 

Later this summer, Jawbreaker will reunite for their first show in 21 years at Chicago’s Riot Fest. That reunion will be preceded by a documentary about the band called Don’t Break Down: A Film About Jawbreaker.The film will premiere at the Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco on 8/11, per Pitchfork, with a to-be-announced wider release to follow.

The Kim Deal-less Pixies have been touring throughout this year, and this fall, so will the Breeders. The beloved alt-rock group have announced that they’ll be embarking on their first tour in three years this fall.  However, there’s no word on when they’ll be dropping new music (their last album, Mountain Battles, was released in 2008).

’90s alt-rock band Belly, formally of the Breeder, went on a reunion tour last year, and are now returning to the studio to record new material, according to a post on the group’s website by frontwoman Tanya Donelly. The band’s last album, King, was released in 1995.

A North Carolina Gwen Stefani fan is suing the No Doubt singer and concert promoter Live Nation after an accident at the PNC Music Pavilion left her with a broken leg. The woman is suing Stefani for allegedly causing the stampede and Live Nation for failing to protect her. She’s asking a judge to force Live Nation and Stefani to each pay her $75,000 and is seeking unspecified punitive damages from Stefani.

Tori Amos is releasing her fifteenth studio album, titled Native Invader, in September. Now, she’s announced a fall tour in the US and Canada in support of the new record, which is part of a larger world tour beginning in September.

Native Invader is out September 8th.