The band that’s been labeled everything from punk to art-rock to post-punk to spud-rock will perform their debut album, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! at London’s Kentish Town Forum on May 6. This will be the first time Devo has performed the seminal work from start-to-finish.

The performance is part of the “Don’t Look Back” album series of concerts.

Q: Are We Not Men was recorded in Germany with producer Brian Eno at the helm. Released in 1978, the album reached #12 on the U.K. charts but only hit the #78 position in the States. Notable tracks included the band’s cover of The Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and “Mongoloid.”

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Devo is also appearing at the ATP (All Tomorrow’s Parties) Festival two days after the album concert. Supposedly, the ATP Festival gig will be more of a typical “greatest hits” kind of performance. But this is Devo we’re talking about and, as fans know, the band is hardly known for being anything close to “typical.”