This week, a grunge supergroup from the ’90s decides to tour for the first time ever, and Taking Back Sunday release yet another album filled with cryptic lyrics. Plus, a bunch of Europeans make plans to head head back to the U.S. after a successful summer run. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.

Temple of the Dog November Tour

This supergroup from the ’90s–consisting of Chris Cornell, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, and Matt Cameron–have announced plans for an anniversary tour. Although they’ve only performed live as a band a handful of times, in honor of their self-titled album’s 25th birthday they’ve announced five shows for November. It starts in Philly on November 4 at the Tower Theater–click here for tickets..

Christine and the Queens North American Tour

After making a splash on the festival circuit this summer, French synth-pop group Christine and the Queens already have plans to come back stateside this fall. Kicking off on October 6 in Toronto, Canada, catch them in NYC, Boston, Los Angeles and more, before they conclude in Seattle on October 19. Click here for tickets.

Toro Y Moi Late Fall Tour

In support of his upcoming live album, Live From the Trona, Chaz Bundick, aka Toro Y Moi, has announced a November tour. The chill-wave master will set out on November 7 at the Neptune in Seattle, and is making stops throughout the West and Southwest, including a stint at Tyler the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival. He also has four shows slated for early August, including House of Vans in Brooklyn on August 2. Click here for tickets.

Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave Tour

Taking Back Sunday are back with a new album and fall tour. Tidal Wave–the band’s seventh release–is due out on September 16, just one day before their U.S. run is set to kick off. After stops throughout the Midwest, East Coast and South, the tour wraps up in California on October 23. Click here for tickets.

The 1975 North American Tour

After a number one U.S. and U.K. sophomore album, English rockers The 1975 are returning to North America for a fall tour. It starts with a slot at the inaugural Meadows festival in Queens, NY, followed by shows throughout Mexico, California and Canada. After a run through the South, the final concert takes place on November 25 in Dallas, TX. Click here for tickets.