Don't Look Back, the London-based live music season that features bands playing classic albums in full, today (Feb. 20) unveiled three dates for 2007.

Slint will play their critically acclaimed 1991 album, "Spiderland", on Aug. 22 at Koko. And Sonic Youth will play their 1988 album, "Daydream Nation", another hugely influential art-rock album, On Aug. 31 at the Roundhouse. British indie rockers the House Of Love will play their eponymous 1988 album for Creation records in full at Koko on Sept. 13.

"In a way ["Spiderland"] inspired me to start the Don't Look Back season. I would think: 'How do I get to see all of these songs live?'-- I was obsessed. I would check the credits and even look at the run out grooves and long for them to play every last track live, so we are really honoured to kick off the season with these legendary albums," Barry Hogan of Don't Look Back Concerts said in a statement.

Don't Look Back started in London in August 2005 with The Stooges performing "Fun House" at the Hammersmith Apollo. Since then, the series has seen album performances by Ennio Morricone, Teenage Fanclub, Tindersticks, and Belle & Sebastian, among others. Don't Look Back is a spin-off event from the successful All Tomorrows Parties music festival, based in Minehead, in the south west of England.