Fans of The Talking Heads may get the chance to see them more than 'Once In A Lifetime' as there are now reports that the 'Psycho Killer' rock heroes are rumoured to be reuniting for a new album and tour.
The 'Life During Wartime' indie icons formed amid the CBGBs New York punk scene in 1977, releasing eight studio albums before they disbanded in 1991. Frontman David Byrne then launched a successful solo career - more recently working with St Vincent, Anna Calvi, as well as his Contemporary Colour concert series and curating Meltdown Festival.
Back in March US radio's Joe Rock of WWMO posted:
Now, Media Mass reports that the band have 'as many as eight songs having been put to tape'.
“It’s still in the early stages,” claims a source. “They got security on the doors to ensure no-one hears a whisper...they are rumoured to be planning for a worldwide tour in 2017."
As Louder Than War reports, when drummer Chris Frantz was asked for a response, he simply replied: "It should be true."
Fingers crossed these are teasing words of encouragement.