Hard-Fi, the indie rock band from the noughties, surprised fans with a piece of exciting news for the first time in ten years.
They announced their comeback with a brand new tour in the books, set to kick off in October.
Dishing on the details, the band’s frontman Richard Archer said: "We're really excited to be heading back out on the road and playing venues up and down the country for the first time in too long."
He continued: "When we announced we were playing some shows again, so many people asked us when we were coming to their town, so hopefully everyone will be able to get to one of the shows.
Hard-Fi last reunited on the stage in October 2022 and sold out the O2 Kentish Town Forum in less than 10 minutes.
At the beginning of 2023, the trio also played Manchester's Neighbourhood Festival as well as headlined Stand Up To Cancer's annual charity show with a private concert at London's Union Chapel.
“We're really looking forward to seeing our fans again and maybe meeting some new ones,” Arthur enthused.
The vocalist also teased a surprise track on the tour, saying, "We will of course be playing the tunes they've been desperate to hear, but everyone should keep their ears out for something new too."
Tickets will be available to access from Friday, May 26 at 10 am.