The members of Supergrass are going their separate ways after four farewell shows in June. The Britpop band, which formed 17 years ago in Oxford, England, cited musical differences as the reason for the breakup.
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Alt-rockers Supergrass climb out of the dark hole they planted themselves in on "Road to Rouen," their 2005 studio entry, but the rowdy, flashy "Diamond Hoo Ha" may not represent the sort of musical advancement the group was counting on. Britpop outfit Supergrass will head across the pond early next year for a North American tour that backs its recently released album, "Road to Rouen." The Oxford trio Supergrass, despite little U.S. radio success to show for its 10-year history, never fails to pack venues across the country. Pop-rockers Supergrass are set to celebrate their 10th anniversary with a U.S. mini-tour and a new retrospective album. The 1972 Pink Floyd concert-film "Live at Pompeii" will be issued on DVD on Oct. 21. In addition to the 60-minute theatrical version of the film, a 91-minute director's cut by original director Adrian Maben will also be included, along with a new documentary. The itinerary for Pearl Jam's summer tour--including nearly all venues and ticket on-sale dates--has surfaced on Rumor Pit, the band's Sony Music-sanctioned online newsletter. The band's first full-scale tour since 1998 will visit more than 30 markets. Most shows will take place at amphitheaters. Sonic Youth will occupy the opening slot on first leg of Pearl Jam's upcoming North American tour, which opens on Aug. 3 in Virginia Beach and runs through Sept. 5. Supergrass will open the tour's month-long second leg, which opens on Oct. 4 in Montreal.