Wet Wet Wet are set to reunite in 2012 for a new album and tour, according to bassist Graeme Clark.
The band formed in the 1980s and went on to enjoy huge success in 1994 thanks to their cover of The Troggs' Love Is All Around, which topped charts around the world.
The Scottish group last released an album in 2007 after 10 years away from the charts, and now the quartet is preparing to reunite for a tour and new record next year (12).
Clark, who quit the band last year (10) to focus on solo projects, reveals he is eager to return as long as they come back with a new sound.
He tells Britain's Daily Record, "Everybody is busy. I speak to them once or twice a month. There is an element of the logistics of getting these four people at the same time to decide when to do this.
"Next year, there will be exciting stuff - a new tour and a new Wet Wet Wet album. I have put it to the guys and they agreed we have to be seen to be current.
"There has got to be a new album, otherwise it becomes nostalgia. We are looking at dates in the autumn."