Eighties pop legends Spandau Ballet are planning to make a comeback with a new album and a world tour.
The British band formed 30 years ago and had a string of hits including Gold and To Cut A Long Story Short.
The group split in 1999 when singer Tony Hadley, saxophonist Steve Norman and drummer John Keeble sued guitarist Gary Kemp over claims he owed them more than $1.45 million (£1 million) in royalties.
But the members have now put aside their differences and teamed up with Kemp's brother Martin for a reunion, according to the band's manager Steve Dagger.
Dagger says, "We're not making announcements yet, but yes, basically, the boys are back in town. Not just a nostalgic re-run of the old but a fresh slant on what Spandau Ballet are about."