Flaming Lips, Bob Mould to Play Classic Albums at Noise Pop Festival

The Flaming Lips' headlining performance on May 14 at the 2011 Nelsonville (Ohio) Music Festival.

The Flaming Lips and Bob Mould will bring a pair of classic albums to San Francisco's 20th annual Noise Pop festival, organizers announced.

The Flaming Lips will perform the 1999 release "The Soft Bulletin," with Mould presenting 1992 LP "Copper Blue" (released by his post-Husker Du band Sugar) in its entirety for the first time.

The annual festival will be held from February 21-26 across numerous venues, with newly announced acts Sleigh Bells, John Vanderslice, the Dodos, Matthew Dear and others joining previously named bands such as Built to Spill, Die Antwood and reunited '90s indie-rockers Archers of Loaf.

The event's film side will include rock docs "Hit So Hard," about former Hole drummer Patty Schemel, and "Upside Down: The Creation Records Story."