The original line-up of the Happy Mondays is set to reform for a huge tour, according to a U.K. report.
The band was among the acts which emerged from the Manchester, England music scene in the late 1980s, but split in 1993.
New reincarnations of the group got back together in 1999 and 2004, and frontman Shaun Ryder has performed under the Mondays mantle for several gigs.
Ryder's brother Paul has not performed with the group since a bitter split in 2000, but the siblings have now reportedly healed the rift and made plans for a comeback, following in the footsteps of recently reformed fellow Manchester rockers The Stone Roses.
A source tells Britain's The Sun, "After the success of The Stone Roses reunion, there's a real clamour to get the group back on the road and document it properly.
"Shaun and his brother Paul have a notoriously patchy relationship but they're willing to sort things out for the sake of the band.
"There will be gigs next summer and a re-release of their classic album Pills 'n' Thrills And Bellyaches. A Dvd will also be released of the comeback shows and the documentary."