Stereolab have hinted at a return to the live stage which would bring to an end their ten-year hiatus.
The band, fronted by Laetitia Sadier and Tim Gane, revealed plans to reissue their seven studio albums before adding: “Keep ‘em peeled for news of the live return of Stereolab.” The return would see an end to their indefinite hiatus which came after the band played their last shows in 2009.
“Stereolab will undertake an extensive reissue campaign covering albums from 1993’s Transient Random Noise-Bursts With Announcements through to 2004’s Margerine Eclipse,” the band wrote on their official website. “All 7 albums will be reissued throughout 2019.”
It is not yet confirmed when the shows will take place, nor is it known what line-up the group will take to the stage following the somewhat revolving door of members since their formation in 1990.