Cult rockers PAVEMENT's comeback plans have been given a boost - the band has signed on to curate next summer's (10) All Tomorrow's Parties festival in Britain.
Stephen Malkmus and his group recently confirmed reports they'd be performing at Central Park Summerstage in New York in September, 2010, and now they're adding more shows.
Pavement will headline and curate ATP in May (10) and reports suggest they'll kickstart their reunion with a show at April's Coachella festival in California.
The band split in 1999.
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