We know. It's the weekend, and you don't want to do a lot of heavy lifting. We totally get that. That's why our look back at indie rock's past week is told with minimal words and lots of pretty pictures.

  • The Breeders

    The Breeders kicked off their 20th anniversary tour in support of 1993's great 'The Last Splash' with a show in Brooklyn Friday night.

    Stephen Lovekin, Getty Images
  • Fall Out Boy

    As Fall Out Boy gear up for their first album in five years with a new arena tour lined up for the fall, Pete Wentz posted this throwback pic of himself on Instagram.

  • Iggy and the Stooges

    Don't let the name fool you: Australia's Byron Bay Bluesfest is more than just the blues. It's also punk gods like Iggy Pop, who led the Stooges on day three.

    Matt Roberts, Getty Images
  • No Doubt

    Last month, No Doubt postponed their latest tour so they could finish a new album first. Gwen Stefani posted this pic of herself hard at work this week.

  • Sigur Ros

    Our favorite band from Iceland warmed up for their upcoming new album and tour with a concert at Madison Square Garden earlier this week.

    Alexis Maindrault, Diffuser.fm
  • Wilco

    Wilco also played Australia's Byron Bay Bluesfest on its third day. But unlike Iggy Pop, frontman Jeff Tweedy left his shirt on for his performance.

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  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs

    Yeah Yeah Yeah's premiered the video for their new song 'Sacrilege' this week. We don't want to give anything away, but it's kinda weird.