British guitar band Blur are reportedly 'reforming', and are expected to start recording new material in November (07).
The famed band, who had hits in the 90s with Parklife and Song 2, have never officially split but haven't made an album since 2003s Think Tank.
Frontman Damon Albarn has gone on to have musical success with two other bands Gorillaz and The Good, The Bad And The Queen, while guitarist Graham Coxon has gone solo, drummer Dave Rowntree moved into politics and bassist Alex James became a farmer.
However, they have reportedly agreed to start working on a new album together.
A source says, "They've all had lots on, with solo projects, cartoon bands, political campaigns and farming.
"But by the end of the summer their plates with be clear. They'll go into the studio together in November."