British pop supergroup Squeeze have joined the 2007 reunion merry-go-round after announcing plans to reform for a British tour this winter (07). It will be the first time the group, featuring singer/songwriters CHRIS DIFFORD and GLENN TILBROOK, have performed under the Squeeze banner since 1999. The reunion tour will coincide with an upcoming re-release campaign for the COOL FOR CATS group's back catalogue. Difford recently revealed the group have been getting offers to reform for years, and recently were asked to reunite and support Crowded House on their comeback tour in America. Squeeze's 2007 dates will kick off with a concert in Southampton, England on 27 November (07). As well as Squeeze and Crowded House, bands reforming for shows and tours in 2007 include The Police, Genesis, Rage Against The Machine and the JESUS + MARY CHAIN.