British indie rockers SHED 7 are planning a comeback, following pressure from fans to go on tour.
The band split in 2003, four years after the departure of lead guitarist Paul Banks, but will reunite later this year (07) for two weeks on the road.
Frontman Rick Witter insists the band is looking forward to performing again as a group.
He says, "We have almost constantly been asked by the loyal Shed Heads (their fans) to reform for a few gigs since the split, but we felt we needed a well earned break.
"However, after four years we feel that going out for a two week tour, playing all the hits without any outside pressure will be a great way to end 2007, plus having Paul back in the line up for the first time in eight years will make it extra special. See you down the front."
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