British rockers REEF have reformed for a string of 2010 shows.
The Place Your Hands hitmakers split in 2003 after 10 years together, just months after the departure of drummer Dom Greensmith.
The original members reformed briefly in 2006 to play a short set at a memorial service for their former manager Martin Gilks, who was killed in a motorcycle accident.
But now the bandmembers, including Greensmith, have reunited for a U.K. tour next year (10).
The band will play six shows in Britain in April (10).
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