In The News: Flaming Lips, Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson, Rock*A*Teens, Mark Kozelek, Orb, John Wesley Harding, Killers, Grateful Dead, Guru, Giant Sand And More

Kids, do you like the Flaming Lips? Well, June 1 is your lucky day, as Warner Bros. will release Greatest Hits Vol. 1 on vinyl and CD. The LP compiles 11 singles and album tracks from Wayne Coyne and Co.’s Warners era, while the three-CD boxed set sports 52 tracks, some of which are previously unreleased, outtakes or non-U.S. b-sides. It all just goes to show you that enthusiasm for life defeats existential fear … The follow-up to 2009’s Break Up, the five-track Apart EP reunites Pete Yorn and Scarlett Johansson; it’s out June 1 on Capitol … The Rock*A*Teens return after 18 years on June 29 with Sixth House (Merge) … The new, self-titled Mark Kozelek album is out May 11 via Caldo Verde and features Sonic Youth’s Steve Shelley on one track … I See Hawks In L.A. is back June 29 with Live And Never Learn, the band’s first LP since 2013’s Mystery Drug … Featuring appearances by the likes of Jah Wobble, Youth, Roger Eno and Hollie Cook, No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds is the latest from the Orb, out June 22 on Cooking Vinyl … Come Tomorrow is Dave Matthews Band‘s ninth album and first since 2012’s Away From The World, out June 8 on RCA … Omnivore will issue John Wesley Harding‘s Greatest Other People’s Hits on May 18, featuring covers of songs by the likes of Bruce Springsteen, the Velvet Underground, Madonna, Serge Gainsbourg, George Harrison, Roky Erickson (Wes’ take on “If You Have Ghosts” is one for the ages) and Pete Seeger, as well as appearances by Springsteen, Lou Reed, the Minus Five, Kelly Hogan, Rick Moody and more … Former MAGNET cover stars the Killers are getting the career-vinyl-box treatment with the aptly titled The Killers Career Vinyl Box, compiling all seven of their albums—2004’s Hot Fuss, 2006’s Sam’s Town, 2007’s Sawdust, 2008’s Day & Age, 2009’s Live From The Royal Albert Hall, 2012’s Battle Born and last year’s Wonderful Wonderful—and out June 15 via Island/UMe … Hoodoo Gurus fans, this is your year: All of the Australian band’s LPs—1984’s Stoneage Romeos, 1985’s Mars Needs Guitars, 1987’s Blow Your Cool, 1989’s Magnum Cum Louder, 1991’s Kinky, 1992’s Electric Soup/Gorilla Biscuit, 1994’s Crank, 1996’s Blue Cave, 2004’s Mach Schau, 2010’s Purity Of Essence and 2012’s Gold Watch—are being on issued CD (this summer) and vinyl (starting in September) by Big Time Phonograph Recording Co. … Grateful Dead‘s long strange reissue trip continues July 13 with second studio album Anthem Of The Sun: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (Rhino), available as a two-CD set (remastered versions of the 1968 and 1971 mixes of the original album and a bonus disc of unreleased live recordings) and limited-to-10,000-copies picture disc (remastered version of the 1971 mix) … Guru’s groundbreaking Jazzmatazz, Volume 1 gets the 25th-anniversary treatment May 18 via UMe/Urban Legends with a three-LP set containing the original album, an instrumental LP and a third record of remixes and b-sides … Returns To Valley Of Rain, the 1985 debut from Giant Sand, will be reissued August 10 on Fire … In 1994, Bruce Dickinson and his band Skunkworks performed in Sarajevo during the Bosnian War, and Scream For Me Sarajevo documents the concert and its behind-the-scenes story; on June 29, Scream For Me Sarajevo will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray by Eagle Vision and it soundtrack will be issued on CD and double vinyl via BMG … Mean Girls Original Broadway Cast Recording is out June 15 on Atlantic.